Tuesday, 13 January 2009

The Future is Now

Dr Richard Barbrook challenges new generations to take the power of the Internet into their own hands, to resist status quo politics and to use the world’s most powerful political tool to shape their own, better, destiny. His message: if we don’t want the future to be what it used to be, we must invent our own, improved and truly revolutionary future.

1 comment:

Soren Hawes said...

I get the feeling that a lot of people (including those working in schools) would like to put the internet genie back in the bottle. And also that this attitude extends to using new media - I think we need to ensure that a gulf does not develop between what teachers and learners think is an effective and creative way of working.

Mr. Hawes