is a community, not a consultancy. We don't have
all the answers, or one exclusive point of view, but we make sure
you'll find truly amazing people, insights,
and resources to help you understand and manage
our accelerating world. One way that happens is when participants
are willing to concisely share their knowledge for the benefit
of the group. Statements are placed in our online participants
section, and printed in the Conference Handbook
take a few minutes to write brief answers to these three optional
questions. Filling out a participant statement maximizes
the interactivity of your conference experience. Email instructions
and privacy agreement are at the bottom of this page.
suggest aiming for 100 words (five sentences, one paragraph)
per question, but feel free to use half or twice as much
space, as desired.
you for contributing your intellect, warmth and energy to ACC2003.
and paste these into your email client:
Passions and Futures
What subjects fascinate you most? Where will the world, and you,
be in the next 30 years? Do you expect continual acceleration
of technology? What are the risks and opportunities? What should
be our development priorities?
Existing or potential projects or unsolved problems you'd like
to work on or are working on. Areas of collaborative opportunity.
Business, social, and personal issues of accelerating change and
technological development you find challenging, and want to discuss
in the group.
Resources to Recommend
Personal web page, if
any. Groups you are affiliated with or promote. Web community
and other info sources you use and recommend (e.g., sites you
regularly read/participate in, news sources, magazines, tools,
techniques, courses, other "conversations" you value).
Please send your completed form (by email or attached .doc
file) to us.
Agreement: Participant Statements
will be made available online, unless requested otherwise, and
will be published in the Conference Handbook for the benefit of