“This whiff of insider trading presents the future as a commodity, an exercise in temporal arbitrage in which knowledge of new developments yields a financial edge.”
Samantha Culp, on the 50-year legacy of Alvin Troffler’s Future Shock (1970), the first of three books that—for better or worse—helped popularize “futurism” as a concept in mainstream culture and business

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