# Highly Recommended《New Book Condition + Reveal The Mystery World of Future 》Anthony Funnell - THE FUTURE AND RELATED NONSENSE
This International bestseller in psperback edition is a bran-new book and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. The original new book is sold at usual price RM74.26 Now here Only at RM22. The Future and #relatednonsense cuts through the jargon and spin that’s infused our gadget-driven world. It looks at the major trends, ideas and technologies that are shaping today’s society and propelling us into the future. But it’s also a reality check on much of what we’re told about the future. It’s fun, humorous and packed full of intelligent quotes from leading international thinkers. Prepare to be completely captivated by this compelling, informative and entertaining look at the world around us and where we're headed - new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking. 'So, verily I say unto you, brothers and sisters - cast aside your digital rosary beads and look more closely at the world around you. Or better still, roll up your trouser legs and join me for a paddle through the shallow water at the edge of the future. Be curious, be positive, and embrace your inner sceptic!' ➽ Do you really understand the world around you? ➽ Do you know how crowdsourcing works, what terraforming does, and what alternative currency is? ➽ Do you believe Google is great - or is there a sneaky feeling in the back of your mind that it might know way too much about you? ➽ And, by the way, just what happened to the great promises of the future, the paperless offices, the Jetsons-style commutes? Come with guide and host of Radio National's Future tense, Antony Funnell, as he unravels the mysteries of the world we've created, cuts through the mumbo jumbo, warns of the dangers and laughs at the hype. Smart, articulate and refreshingly humorous, THE FUtURE AND #RELAtED NONSENSE delivers the answers to things you should know - but were too busy or too confused to ask. If you are wondering and worrying where all this technology is heading, this book will help your understanding. Two of the major themes are ‘the value of scepticism’ and ‘misplaced trust’ ： ● “We need to question what’s dished up to us, and what’s expected of us, in an increasing digital world. It’s difficult for many of us ... to sort out whether the future we’re building ... is actually the one we want for ourselves” ● “We naively put out trust in a lot of really not-so-smart ideas: we increasingly talk of getting government out of our lives, while at the same time allowing largely unaccountable, profit-driven corporations incredible access to our private thoughts, friendships and ... our financial and business-related records. Facebook alone holds more personal data on individuals than any Western democratic government has ever come near.” A readable book giving good common-sense advice. About Author: Antony is a Walkley award-winning journalist and broadcaster. He is also the author of The Future and Related Nonsense (published by Harper Collins). Antony has been the presenter of Future Tense since 2009; prior to that he fronted Media Report. He also presents the monthly education podcast EdPod for RN. Over the past two decades he has worked for many of the country's leading news and current affairs programs, including AM, PM, the 7.30 Report, Background Briefing and Radio National Breakfast. In the late 1990s he was the senior producer for Australia Television News—ABC TV's nightly satellite news service into the Asia Pacific region. A wanderer at heart, Antony has travelled and reported for the ABC from a diverse range of places—from the Russian border in Outer Mongolia to the isolated community of Ali Curung in the Northern Territory. He won his Walkley in 2006 for a documentary entitled The Financial Abuse of the Elderly. He was also a finalist in 2003. In that same year he won the United Nations’ Media Peace Prize (Best Radio) for a half-hour program he produced on Aboriginal customary law. He won the same UN award in 2007 for his coverage of issues relating to the then political crisis in Zimbabwe. Other awards include the New York Festival's Silver World Medal, a NSW Bar Association Media Award for coverage of legal issues and a Worldfest Flagstaff International Film Festival Award (USA) for Television production. For three years in the 1990s he worked for the international humanitarian aid agency CARE. His last role with that organisation was as the director of external relations for the organisation’s Australian branch.
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