Scoring on Facebook: How To Play the Social Networking Game

from: Slate.com

Last week, Future Tense took part in Emerge, a conference at Arizona State University that is dedicated to designing the kind of future we want to live in. (ASU is a partner with Slate and the New America Foundation in Future Tense.) As part of Emerge, participants in assorted workshops created videos, journals, plays, and more to imagine different parts of our future. Continue reading

Kraig Farkash: Emerge is … a reengineered petri dish whose occupancy willingly entered its confines by fearlessly climbing to its upmost edge and jumping in headfirst

by Kraig Farkash

After experiencing firsthand the 72 hour Emerge 2013 festival I am still hard pressed to express exactly what just happened. I liken Emerge to a reengineered petri dish whose occupancy willingly entered its confines by fearlessly climbing to its upmost edge and jumping in headfirst. I sincerely doubt that even the curators of Emerge know precisely what this cohesive containment of unbridled creativity will produce. I am equally positive that this temporal unknown is by design.