My father Norman Macrae CBE Japan Order of Rising Sun sub-edited human futures and sustainability exponentials out of The Economist during second half of 20th century
2020 is his 10th remembrance year. Because he served as a teenage navigator in world war 2 over modern-day Bangladesh and Myanmar his work has biases including women empowerment (eg celebrating 50 years of partnerships of Fazle Abed that led to bKash | ) and celebrating east-west-south trading win-wins as the world went both post-colonial and post-industrial through the 0G to 5G decades 1970s to 2020s
His family and friends aim to start publishing a small dictionary to world record jobs creators
We would like to include Bloomberg
What we would need is some bookmarks (or other references including twitter accounts) to the different but integrated futures you are building and connecting out of new york as a top 5 supercity. Our editorial perspective involves what youth -and edutech they use\- would uniquely learn and action if they had knowledge that closest alumni of Bloomberg enjoy.
Among philanthropists changing 21st C universities your focus on health - its connections with human and artificial intelligence - is an unique interest. Father was Von Neumann's biographer and fascinated by his last views of brain science.
If appropriate, I can post a file which illustrates how our diary and research process work
sincerely chris macrae http://www.normanmacrae.net
Washington DC Region +1 240 316 8157
additional are of research
is the supercity not the nation the simplest way for citizens to make places and their lives great again
of a course a supercity contributes to a nation but it can get on with practising what interests its people and trading foci most and can avoid many of the lobbies that engulf national governments