Mini Trip report on Toronto
- Posted by JGlenn
- On 30 July 2012
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July 25th Frank Catanzaro, Chairman of the Cyber Node conducted an orientation to the Node collaboration systems and Wes Boyer, MP CIO conducted an orientation on the Global Futures Collective Intelligence System. Both were webcast and will be linked to each other.
July 26th and 27th The Millennium Project Planning Committee reviewed accomplishments over the past year, reviewed the status and future developments for the Global Futures CIS and received the Node reports, and discussed next steps. When the Global Futures is ready it will integrate our previous website and then change its address to our regular url: millennium-project.org.
July 28 Ted and I presented the 2012 State of the Future and the Global Futures CIS at the World Future Society conference. The 2012 SOF will be available in 6 formats:
USB drive (available now – all 10,000 pages)
Downloadable from our website
Print on demand as a book
In the Global Futures CIS
We got good feedback from the World Future Society bookstore that people liked buying the UBS memory stick instead of the printed report with CD of the full 10,000 pages. The UBS has the 10,000 pages in both PDF and DOC.
Right after Ted’s and my panel, the next session was the Futurist Views from around the World panel with Node chairs from Mexico, Spain, Egypt, Eastern Europe, Germany, and the Dominican Republic. This was excellent!
Here is some press coverage in Baku, Azerbaijan:
Next stop Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
All the best,