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Jul 19 2008

Carnival of Space Encore…!

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Speaking of the Carnival of Space…!

CARNIVAL OF SPACE IS AGAIN LIVE: 21stCenturyWaves.com is again happily participating in the Carnival of Space (#63). If you’d like to sample a number of excellent space-related weblogs, please click HERE. The Carnival is run by Fraser Cain, publisher of Universe Today.

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Jul 13 2008

Carnival of Space and Bruce…

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Hope everyone’s having a great July…

Here are a few important Announcements:

1. CARNIVAL OF SPACE IS LIVE: 21stCenturyWaves.com is again happily participating in the Carnival of Space (#62). If you’d like to sample a number of excellent space-related weblogs, please click HERE. The Carnival is run by Fraser Cain, publisher of Universe Today.

2. BRUCE ON VACATION: For a week or so I’ll be on the west coast of Michigan (White Lake) visiting mother, sister, families, others…but I’ll be posting as usual! Also, I can’t resist the opportunity to visit and image the Mackinac Bridge — a 1950s secondary MEP of immense economic and historical value. I expect to make a stop in Chicago and may even materialize in Indianapolis next weekend for their tennis tournament.

See you online here as usual!

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Jul 04 2008

Happy 4th of July +…

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Happy 4th of July to Everyone in the Universe.

Here are a few important Announcements:

1. NEW CONTRIBUTING EDITOR: We’re very pleased to announce that Dr. Anny Wong has joined 21stCenturyWaves.com as a Contributing Editor. Her considerable expertise includes technology, politics, and international relations, especially in Asia and the Pacific region. Please read more about her at About Us.

2. CARNIVAL OF SPACE IS LIVE: 21stCenturyWaves.com is again happily participating in the Carnival of Space (#61). If you’d like to sample a number of excellent space-related weblogs, please click HERE. The Carnival is run by Fraser Cain, publisher of Universe Today.

3. LOCAL CELEBRATIONS BEGIN SOON: Although not really an important announcement (!), it is true: Local Independence Day celebrations will start to explode soon. A little later we’ll begin by playing some mostly-frivolous tennis with our friends; of course we’ll be keeping an eye on the Wimbledon finals this weekend. That will lead to some serious grilling of hamburgers, hot dogs, and a bunch of other stuff! When it gets dark, the real fireworks begin; still haven’t decided where to go yet… Later tonight, may even relive one of my fav movies, Independence Day.

Hope your Holiday is cosmic!

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Jun 24 2008

Bruce on TV in San Diego, Wednesday…

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As part of our continuing effort to spread the word about the next Apollo-style race to space and what it means for the U.S., the world, and of course, you and me, I’ll be doing a brief interview this week on KGTV 10 News, ABC-TV in San Diego.

We’ll focus on how a long-term perspective provides special insight into the present and future, even out 20 years or so. We’ll chat about patterns in long-term trends in the economy, technology, and society that point to the decade from 2015 to 2025 as having key similarities to the 1960s, including unprecedented space spectaculars and a Camelot-like zeitgeist. And, that data and analysis from this weblog and elsewhere show convincingly that we’re on schedule for the next ebullient Maslow Window.

Hal Clement of 10 News in San Diego: hal.jpg

10 News anchor Hal Clement and I will do the interview live on Wednesday (6/25/08) as part of their 11 AM news program. I’ve known and done TV with Hal since the good ol’ days around 1990 when I was planning manned Mars missions at General Dynamics in Kearney Mesa, and Hal was across the 15 freeway anchoring the news at Channel 8. He’s very professional and a great guy and I’m looking forward to it. Hope you enjoy the show; we’ll have it available here in case you miss it.

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