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Approaches to Predicting the Future

Uploaded: Jun 3, 2014
Downtown Palo Alto hosts the Institute for the Future.




Menlo Park hosts Madame Katherine, Palm Reader.


Other than wondering whether Paul Saffo ever consults with Madame Katherine, or that the Palm Reader enterprise will endure regardless of the vagaries of the Specific Downtown Plan, words escape me.

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