Change is good. It introduces the new and tests the assumptions of the old. I have made a change in the publishing strategy of disruptivedemographics.com. Beginning May 2011 ‘Disruptive Demographics’ will be a featured blog on bigthink.com. DisruptiveDemographics.com will redirect all traffic to bigthink.com sharing space with rich content written by creatives from around the world. The posts, commentary and the key message of disruptive demographics – that global aging is an opportunity and a driver of innovation – will receive a far larger and more diverse audience. The good folks at bigthink.com will manage the site while I and a new group of contributors will develop content. I thank everyone who has read, commented, tweeted and occasionally taken passionate issue with my thoughts on disruptivedemographics.com. All the links, posts and comments have been migrated and will work as they did before. Expect more, different and fun now that disruptive demographics has found a home at Big Think.
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