by Rod D. Martin
March 28, 2007
As I wrote yesterday, I am being featured this week in the Examiner papers as part of a four-part series by technology people on the near-future changes that will remake the world over the next decade.
Today’s piece (part two) is online here.
And here’s my original post describing the series, which also includes Glenn Reynolds (Instapundit) and Craig Newmark (Craigslist). Way cool!
This just in, from Mark Tapscott, Editorial Page Editor of The Washington Examiner.
The Examiner launches a four-part series today with Instapundit.com’s Glenn Reynolds offering his take on the four most-needed technological advances for the next decade. Tomorrow will feature Johns Hopkins vice president for information technology Stephanie Reel, Thursday will be conservative technologist Rod Martin on tech trends to watch and Friday will conclude the series with Craig Newmark on using technology to know who to trust.
The whole series will run on Examiner.com and in all the Examiner papers (Washington, D.C., Baltimore and San Francisco). Watch for it!