So Futures 2.0, my article on the future of futures (the serious version, not the parody), has finally been published. I shouldn't complain: by the usual pace of academic publishing it was lightning-fast, but I'm always impatient when I know something is in the pipeline.
Ironically, because of the limitations of the Stanford library's subscription, I can't see it.
However, I'm sure I'll get the reprints soon.
For those who have access to the journal, the official version is here.
I also notice that my former IFTF colleague Jody Ranck co-authored an article in the same issue on health foresight.