New York City, St Petersburg, Rekjavik

So how do we fix the future? That's the question I'll be discussing with the founder of ViaEuropa Deutschland, Anke Domscheit-Berg at DLD New York this Thursday, May 11. Our discussion kicks off the event at 8.30 am - so get there early if you want to hear the very stimulating Domscheit-Berg. How To Fix The Future? Hmmm. Good question. Somebody should write a book about that. 

If you can't make it to New York, then I'll be in St Petersburg June 1-3 for the Russian Davos - the St Petersburg Economic Forum. I did request an opportunity to interview Vladimir Putin - but that slot, apparently, has been filled. So i'm moderating an "Is big data a national asset or a commodity?"  panel with (they promise) Jeff Bezos, the EU Commissioner of a Single Digital Market and lots of important Russians. Hmmm. Might be fun. 

And then I'm off to Rekjavik June 8-9 for the OEB MidSummit where I'll be moderating a debate between e-learning superstars (if that's not a contradiction in terms) Roger Schank and Donald Clark. I've heard that it's a bit dark and miserable in Iceland in June. But we'll see.

Finally, for those of who happen to find yourself on a certain High Road in N17 this coming Sunday afternoon, I'll be there. 

Hope to see you somewhere soon. It's going to be a fun few weeks.