If you were a teenager in the 90s. If you lived in a suburb, a cornfield, or your car. And if you were out past midnight, chances are you were watching “120 Minutes,” a two-hour alternative special launched by MTV to fill the dead zone of late-night television. It was there flashing on the screen in . . . → Read More: 120 Minutes – When MTV Played Music
Nostradamus? The Web-Bot? Political pundits? When it comes to predicting the future, nothing is more powerful than our own imaginations.
I’ve been thinking about a conversation I had last week with a close friend about predicting the future. There’s been a lot of excitement in the media around this topic of late. Everyone from CNN to The . . . → Read More: Predict Your Own Future