Data Visualization: Trend map for 2007 and beyond

The two web sites Nowandnext.com and Future Exploration Network have together created a map of major trends for 2007 and beyond.

The map covers trends for society & culture, government & politics, work & business, media & communications, science & technology, food & drink, medicine & well-being, financial services, retail & leisure, and transport & automotive.

More information and the full size map at the Future Exploration Network web site.


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