Each year it starts the same. A dark, quiet room. Incense laden air. I take a breath. Again. Drawing the cosmic energies deep into my being. I hold them, momentarily, and then relax, breathing them back into the world.
And as I sift through the psychic residue, searching for a shred of insight, I am given the greatest gift. Release.
Accordingly, I won’t be making any predictions for the year ahead, but here are five smart folks who have. Be sure to check them out!
- Peter Kim’s Social Business Predictions offer a scorching read. As Managing Director of the Dachis Group in North America, he is scanning a wide array of topics from leadership through consumer and workforce engagement, metrics and location based services. He has collaborated on these predictions with a bunch of leading thinkers.
- Covering some of the same ground, Taly Weiss from TrendsSpotting pulls together the underlying trends and puts a face to some of the ideas.
- Paul Dunay always delivers a well thought-through analysis. Here he talks about his B2B marketing predictions for 2011.
- David Berkowitz takes a different tack and focuses in on the whole digital space for his predictions.
- Mark Pesce goes mainstream and publishes in the Sydney Morning Herald. Here’s his take on the year ahead.
While the above predictions are great, I really do love this.
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The year 2010 saw both espionage and cyber cyber sabotage. The world’s first contact with a worm attack infrastructure in real-world physics Stuxnet. Stuxnet affected industrial control systems used in critical infrastructure in over 155 countries, India is the third-most affected countries. With the phenomenal growth of mobile computing platforms, cyber-criminals are just new forms of attack.
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