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Category: Futuring, Demographics, Generations

Joel Barker
Could your future success be found on the verge? Joel Barker talks with Jim Blasingame about what it takes for your business to identify and execute your next new direction by spending time, brain power and energy developing innovations "at the verge."
Jack Uldrich
What is the best attitude that you should have about emerging technologies for your small business? Jack Uldrich talks with Jim Blasingame about how to get on the leading edge of technological innovations, while avoiding being behind the curve or on the bleeding edge.
Ed Yourdon
How will technology play a role in minimizing the impact of higher energy costs? Ed Yourdon talks with Jim Blasingame about the increased use of telecommuting and video conferencing to work with colleagues and talks with customers as alternatives to physical travel. They also talk about the future of Web 2.0 and what Web 3.0 might look like.
Bill Halal
What does the future of technology look like, especially with regard to energy? Bill Halal talks with Jim Blasingame about the future of energy technology, including bio, solar and hydrogen.
Joel Barker
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about several of the latest medical breakthroughs from some unlikely sources, like microbes, bees and pigs.
Joel Barker
Clearly, bio-fuels are not our long-term source for energy, but where will our next energy source come from? Joel Barker talks with Jim Blasingame about some exciting new energy innovations, including a solar solution and one that involves algae.
How do you lead change? Timothy Clark talks with Jim Blasingame about some of the best practices he's uncovered to help small businesses not only manage change, but to lead change.
Joel Barker
Could our best alternative energy source come from slime? Joel Barker talks with Jim Blasingame about what he sees coming in the future, including three exciting alternative energy sources and a medical breakthrough.
Gerald Celente
What does the economic future hold for the United States? Gerald Celente talks with Jim Blasingame about what he sees in the future for the U.S. economy, and what small businesses should be focusing on.
Joel Barker
Ever see a television screen fold up? Joel talks with Jim about some of the newest developments coming at us from the future, including screens that fold up, gas from grass, paper instead of plastic, and eating dirt to get well.

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