The future is tomorrow’s present. Many have tried to predict it using silly or scientific methods, from chiromancy (palm reading), aleuromancy (fortune cookies), and other -mancies, to the three Ps (possible, probable, and preferable futures) and a W (or wildcard—low-probability events with a high impact on the future) used in futurology.
Without trying to create a “CRMorology” or
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the telegraph to the BlackBerry in a century. But trends in the evolution of technology and science can change. Also, it will probably take us a while to accommodate all the amazing discoveries of the last couple of centuries, and this could slow down the development of future technologies. As you have probably noticed, there are more questions than answers in this blog. That was exactly my intention. We will probably not find the answers until the future becomes the present, but we should try to