- The Ivory Tower, >> HTML >> Link to igda
a Column in the e-newsletter of the igda (international game developers association)
published this interview with Mihai Nadin in which he describes how games can help preserve anticipatory characteristics in the aging, thus opening an entire new field to the computer game industry.
- Technos >> HTML
Thom Gillespie, professor at Indiana University and editor of Technos, wanted to know what a new literacy for new media might be like. Nadin reveals the dynamics of what led him to discover the Civilization of Illiteracy years before writers started describing the post-literate, post-industrial, digital society.
- Brand Eins >> HTML >> Link to Brand Eins
The prevalent deterministic notion of cause-and-effect has reached its limits. A mechanistic view cannot explain why new things come about. But that is the most important question for today and the future. (In German.)
- Ajoblanco >> HTML >> PDF
Through the tool of literacy, the old world gave us philosophy, religion, and human rights. The civilization of literacy represented a progression, which today is being overturned by new realities. The digital revolution implies a new form of energy that does not rely on coal or oil, but on the mind. It entails new forms of human relations that will change traditional human institutions. (In English and Spanish.)
- Maxs Schoenherr Radiointerview at WDR Cologne Germany >> Real-sound
An interview for WDR on the subject of anticipation
The cause lies in the future. >> HTML
Interview from the Welt am Sonntag: 28 December, 2003
Human beings in practically all professions can no longer afford dispensing with complexity due to the fact that the answers to a great number of questions can be found only in the realm of complexity. (In German.)