~ reaching beyond the known to bring the future into the present ~
Fantastic graphical bio, great tagline!
Neil – I learned about your blog through Tricia Lustig. Terrific illustrations. Well done. Richard
Thank-you Richard. Look forward to catching up again when you are next in Melbourne.
Great Neil. That image says much more than any LinkedIn profile I’ve seen.
I appreciate your comment Adam. The image also captures the temporal holarchy of the future and my location with the field. Neil.
Very cool. Juan and I are exploring visual alternatives …
Adam, That’s a nice use of pearltrees … Neil.
Hi Neil – are you using a graphic program or paper and markers? I take my notes for Futures Classes in the UofH program using Bamboo for iPad and can get some ‘similar’ results – but I like your technique and presentation. And your ideas are good too!
James. Pleased you like my pictures and my ideas. I use Paper. Neil.
Lovely neil – inspired to do my own🙂
Thank-you Julian. I am also inspired by your effortless-ease. Neil.
Great blog, with wonderfully ‘mission’ graphic.
Thank-you Sawlag … mirrors, minds and metaphors are all sources of futures inspiration.
I have a copy of the Circles book for you in appreciation of your critical comments and careful reading. Where should I send it. My email is email@example.com for replies.
Paul, Thank-you in abundance for your generosity. It is very timely news and ‘circles’ will surely make a significant impact to sustainability thinking and practice. Just what the future requires! I will send you a separate email. regards, Neil.
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