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Author: Stuart Candy 5

American Futures

A surprising guerrilla futures intervention speaks to the current political moment. For many progressives in the United States, Canada conjures a wistful ideal of multicultural harmony and civility. After three years in Toronto, followed by six months of electoral madness back in the U.S., I can understand the romanticisation of our neighbour to the north. Indeed, the fact that the

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#DareToImagine

A grassroots campaign is currently afoot to get citizens engaged in collective future visioning. It’s called #DareToImagine, an initiative of USDAC, the United States Department of Arts and Culture, with which Situation Lab has been collaborating for some time (I serve as USDAC’s futures advisor). So we at Sitlab recently issued a special customised edition of The Thing From The

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#FutureThing Print-and-Play Edition

Want to play The Thing From The Future but don’t have your deck of game cards? Hanging out on the space station or at Amundsen-Scott and eager to imagine some future things with your fellow astronauts / scientists / adventurers, but frustrated by the slow pace or total absence of postal delivery service? Just plain broke? Look no further —

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