In the future, with the avalanche of data available (via Google, for example), we will rely more and more on trusted sources of “filtering”. We will allow other people to decide what we need to know on various issues. At some levels, we do this already – we listen to certain radio shows, read certain magazines and newspapers and watch certain TV shows, read certain blogs, etc. We can’t take in everything, so we choose various “channels”. This process will become more and more important in the future, and opens up a line of business opportunities for trusted sources of information filtering and packaging.
One example is Future Brief. According to their website, Future Brief provides services to the busy professional who wants to remain aware of trends in a rapidly changing world, yet not be buried under a mountain of information. You can sign up for a free daily or weekly summary of the future focused items that are posted on their website – get it here.
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