Ever wonder what we may drive one day?
Minal Thakkar has joined us as one of our graphic designers!
We just programmed a new chat feature. You will see it immediately on the lower bottom corner of your screen when you login to the site.
As you add friends to your profile page, you will be able to see them on line and directly chat with them.
We are now working on making the experience easier when it comes to adding new friends! We will be adding an Actor Network group so you can easily see who is on the site when you login.
This new option started in 2007 with big questions: Can we envision a world where tech helps everyone succeed and prosper? Can that world be designed and built now, without waiting for “the future” to arrive?
The Expandiverse grew steadily through years of private and confidential tech and IP (Intellectual Property) development.
Our world is full of screens. We keep them in our hands, purses and pockets, next to our beds while we sleep, and surround ourselves with screens on our desks and counter tops. Our TV sets are morphing into interactive screens as we put them online so they display everything for free.
Could we become the well-off world we want, instead of the one we’re turning into? This chapter from Imagine A New Future: Creating Greatness for All shows there is room to dream about building a digital world where tech helps everyone succeed and prosper.
Oh, wait… You don’t need one any more because your car is driving you! While this is not great with respect to job security for limousine service and taxi drivers, it is still kind of really cool. These driverless cars have not been adopted in all the states yet but they are coming! Think back, only a few years ago …
We No Longer Have To Wait For The Future, We Can Do This Today. DNA Was Photographed for the first time using an electron microscope, Enzo di Fabrizio and his team at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa snapped the first photos of the famous double helix […]
The FUTURE. To many it sounds promising, to some it sounds intimidating, but to me it sounds exciting. This small six-letters word envelopes the promise of a new existence filled with unforeseen possibilities. Yet our present as the prelude to the impending future we weave remains one small cog, one minuscule component in the infinitesimal timeline we share within our …