On the topic of world changing (see the previous item), we're pleased to report that an exciting new book, Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century, is scheduled for publication on November 1.
We're pleased to report this partly because it looks like it will be a very cool and useful book, and also because CRN contributed quite a bit of material for the book's section on nanotechnology. As the date for publication draws closer, we'll provide more details, but here is what they're saying so far:
If you've been a long-time, regular WorldChanging reader, some of what we cover in the book will be at least familiar ground, but much of it is brand-new material, and all of it is presented with a depth of focus that we have rarely had the time and resources to accomplish on this site. We think you'll find it a compelling, useful guide to some of the most interesting new and emerging tools, models and ideas for changing the world.
It's a big book (608 pages), with thousands of ideas, resources for further learning and suggestions for action. We hope it'll have a real impact.
So do we.