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From the desk of Frank Spencer, Follow for Now has been spotted.
Frank is the principal at Kedge, which is a full-service foresight strategy firm that equips businesses, NGOs, and social initiatives with robust, adaptive and transformative capacity. Frank is a good dude, and I’m honored to have Follow for Now situated so close to his visions of the future(s).No comments
My friend and colleague Mike Schandorf required Follow for Now for his Writing for New Media class this semester at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He snapped this shot of the stack of copies in their bookstore. I’m stoked.
Many thanks, Schandorf. See you soonly.No comments
For the early adopters out there, Follow for Now is now available on Amazon’s digital reader, The Kindle. Now you can get all forty-three interviews, all the pictures, all the goodness, in Amazon’s digital format.
The interviews in this book are bite-size and in-depth by design, so the portability of The Kindle fits its style. The Kindle now sports sixteen shades of gray for clean, clear text and crisper images, and it’s really small and portable. You can check out sample interviews from the book before you decide, but if you’re super impatient, you can get your interview fix in less than a minute.
Follow for Now started off as a digital creation, so maybe this format is its proper home.
Anyway, if you’ve made the jump from atoms to bits with your books, now you can add Follow for Now to your collection.
This raggedy used copy of Follow for Now was spotted at Half-Price Books here in Austin, appropriately placed next to a Marshall McLuhan book.