If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

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Hence, issue one of Wired had articles about the future of war, education, entertainment, and sex, based on reporting done in the here and now. We’d think out loud: “If every school had access to the Internet, then what might change about education?” Our agricultural practices and policies? Our insurance industries?

If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

John Battelle's Searchblog

Hence, issue one of Wired had articles about the future of war, education, entertainment, and sex, based on reporting done in the here and now. We’d think out loud: “If every school had access to the Internet, then what might change about education?” Our agricultural practices and policies? Our insurance industries?

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Department of Agriculture, where he was involved with research related to black farmers. In 1937 New York Governor Herbert Lehman appointed Carter to the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board. February 5, 1930 – William Hubert on “Some Trends in Education” February 12, 1930 – Robert W. James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938) was born into a middle-class Bahamian family in Jacksonville, Florida, and educated at Atlanta University.