Expect haunted houses, roller coasters, or puzzle rooms that can quite literally scare you to death (after you’ve signed the waiver) and marketing that’s so in your face, it could kill you.
Though memes have made their way into mass culture, they will likely remain more surprise than science.
The future of sex is here, or at least it could be, technically speaking.
“The last decade has been about sharing. The next decade will be about protecting.” - Dave
Where is the Collaborative Economy heading and what value will it bring to business, brands and customers of the future?
As technology and media continue to evolve at an exponential rate, marketers and consumers alike have started to adopt new practices and behaviors to ensure that they keep pace.
Traditionally, cultural waves around food would take a much longer time to spread, generate hype and spawn imitators and fade out- but not at the breakneck pace that we are witnessing in 2013.
Though the subculture of privacy enthusiasts will strengthen, don’t expect it to grow significantly or to influence mainstream behaviors in any major way.
If your smartphone is glued to your hand, then, we believe you are already a kind of Cyborg.
The microbial pendulum is swinging back in the direction of embracing germs, and harvesting ancient wisdom into the mass personalization of microbial harmony.
We now understand that humans are 90% microbial but only 10% human.
The future of medicine is predictive, personalized, preventative and is moving from being episodic and reactive to continuous and proactive.
Today's “blacksmith” is a skilled designer/3-D Printer with highly developed skills in CAD design who is able to help locals prototype and create custom products that they concept for various uses.
Learning is no longer a singular event, but rather an ongoing project to keep yourself updated with the latest skills and knowledge.