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Articles from The Futurist (July 1, 2008)

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A world where no one ages. Docksai, Rick Book review 464
An economic approach to saving the environment (and Ourselves). Cohen, Aaron M. Book review 620
Another possible solution for Freshwater Shortage. Phillips, James J.; Michigan, Berkley Letter to the editor 382
Artificial intelligence: boolean vs. dynamic logic. Letter to the editor 339
Consumer trends in three different "worlds"; In the first of a two-part series, a professional futurist and business-trend watcher looks at the big trends in demography, money, and consumerism that will shape the world in the next decade. Hines, Andy 3669
Cybercrime in the Year 2025; in 1981, criminal-justice seholar Gene Stephens wrote an article for the futurist on "Crime in the Year 2000," and in 1995, an article on "crime in cyberspace." in both, he suggested the role the computer and Internet would play in crime and crime fighting in the future. ...... Stephens, Gene 2809
Free-market reform in developing nations; Can a deregulated economy really save the Third World? Cohen, Aaron M. 1314
Futurizing business education; Global competition, accelerating technological transformation, and a myriad of other forces are altering the business landscape. a futurist and business educator offers lessons to guide tomorrow's business leaders through turbulent times. Bracken, Paul 3335
Greener bathrooms? Brief article 135
Hot spots for carbon dioxide researchers map America's major sources of greenhouse gas emissions. Wagner, Cynthia G. 533
India's progress in reducing child labor; New economy's need for skilled labor sends India's youth back to school. Docksai, Rick 999
New and noteworthy books and featured titles and authors. Book review 1493
See-through privacy. Brief article 139
Smarter, healthier sleeping: technology monitors your heart health while you sleep. Docksai, Rick 361
Soaring demand for biofuels. Brief article 217
The 21st-century writer; The internet is forcing traditional print publishers to innovate or perish. the same might be true of the written word itself. Tucker, Patrick 4353
The marriage of inventions; Technologies, like people, form relationships to one another. In the future, new unions will produce surprising offspring. Tucker, Patrick 774
The mission of THE FUTURIST. Brief article 264
The U-shaped curve of happiness: want to be happy? try being old or young. Tucker, Patrick 439
Timeline for the World Future Society's upcoming meetings; WorldFuture 2008: seeing the Future through New eyes: see pages 51-55! Calendar 124
Tomorrow in briefs: specially engineered undergarments promote healthy circulation. Wagner, Cynthia G. 293
Tribute to Sir Arthur C. Clarke before his death in March at age 90, Sir Arthur C. Clarke greeted many visitors from around the world. among them was Venezuelan futurist and transhumanist scholar Jose Cordeiro, who here recounts his meetings with Clarke in Sri Lanka. Cordeiro, Jose Luis Interview 2782
Unreasonable People needed. Docksai, Rick Book review 423
World future society chapters. 1120
WorldFuture 2008; Seeing the Future through new eyes. 1287
Young, single, and spiritual: can traditional religions reach out to the MySpace generation? Cohen, Aaron M. 811
Your future has been delayed. Brief article 144

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