The faster you drive, the farther ahead your headlights should shine.

Learning from the future is really not about predicting what may come. Instead it is about using the power of possible and desirable futures to shed light on actions in the present.

alstrup|next provides a spotlight designed not to forecast the future but to illuminate actions to take now, in the present — adding action to anticipation »

What if learning about the future was just as natural in school as learning about history!


Future technology

In the coming years no single technology seems to become dominant; but we can reasonably expect the fusion of four emergent technologies: nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, and neurotechnology.

… so, the future will be small, organic, informed, and smart.