Fragments of The Future--Twenty-Six Big Ideas That Will Shape The Human Future
August 16, 2011 1:07 AM   Subscribe

Fragments of The Future--Twenty-Six Big Ideas That Will Shape The Human Future
Fragments of The Future outlines 26 big ideas that will likely shape the human future. This is a short, thought-provoking read. In this book you will learn about: 1) Two extremely effective classes of drugs that are not yet, but likely will be, used for smoking cessation 2) How religion will change in the near future 3) How governments can do help irresponsible people while simultaneously helping society 4) What families in the future will look like 5) The likely fate of the Neanderthals ...and much more... If you do read this book, please send me an e-mail with your thoughts. Many thanks, Rich E. Glamape
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posted by candasartan (6 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

I tried to view this, and download it, and found it impossible. Maybe a link to a simple PDF might help?
posted by joannemullen at 3:02 AM on August 16, 2011 [1 favorite]


Thank you for the feedback! I added a simple link.
posted by candasartan at 6:00 AM on August 16, 2011


Is there a reason you aren't just posting this directly as HTML text on your site? The size and format of the information in the PDF lends itself best to that kind of display.
posted by odinsdream at 6:06 AM on August 18, 2011 [1 favorite]


Thank you for the feedback odinsdream. I revamped the blog based on your recommendation.
posted by candasartan at 10:40 PM on August 18, 2011


Thank you. Enjoyed reading the whole site. Perhaps there is some merging of points wherein we can make cheap portable recyclable disposable housing?
posted by yesster at 1:15 PM on August 22, 2011


Thank you! It was worth writing this little book just for that comment :)
posted by candasartan at 10:38 PM on August 25, 2011


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