I started the week with a trip up to Marin, and spent the day with Howard Rheingold in his amazing garden, talking about the project we’re doing on the future of cooperation and collective action.
Then, this afternoon, I was at NASA Ames, working on a proposal to apply the Institute’s work on technology mapping and trends in human-computer interaction to planning our return to the Moon and Mars.
In between, there were about 45 meetings. But the high points make up for the other stuff.
[To the tune of Steely Dan, “Pixeleen,” from the album Everything Must Go.]