wabi·sabi lab is a not-obvious strategic foresight co. exploring the imperfect future to build a better one. Curious?

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“For our foreign visitors, it is like a time-machine, offering a glimpse into the future,” says the Estonian technology evangelist, Indrek Vimberg. (via Estonian “Time Machine” opened in Tallinn - Estonian World)

“For our foreign visitors, it is like a time-machine, offering a glimpse into the future,” says the Estonian technology evangelist, Indrek Vimberg. (via Estonian “Time Machine” opened in Tallinn - Estonian World)

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(via BBC News - Cheering robots replace real fans at Korean baseball) Comments
This article is a written (and hyperlinked) version of a Pecha Kucha talk I gave last May at the Design Museum of Barcelona. 20 slides x 20 seconds, now 20+ paragraphs. Enjoy!
(via A journey to the imperfect future. — Imperfect Future — Medium)

This article is a written (and hyperlinked) version of a Pecha Kucha talk I gave last May at the Design Museum of Barcelona. 20 slides x 20 seconds, now 20+ paragraphs. Enjoy!

(via A journey to the imperfect future. — Imperfect Future — Medium)

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#monday

#monday

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Photo of @changeist taking a photo. ;) #future  (at La Criolla)

Photo of @changeist taking a photo. ;) #future (at La Criolla)

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newyorker:

In the new game Query, players try to identify which questions come from a search engine’s autocomplete function, and which are typed in by users: http://nyr.kr/1A6wQRM

newyorker:

In the new game Query, players try to identify which questions come from a search engine’s autocomplete function, and which are typed in by users: http://nyr.kr/1A6wQRM

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