After a trial run at madscienceinnovation.com, I’ve decided to switch back here, to michaelbelfiore.com, for my blogging activities.
I’ll post here as I visit and interview technologists about the work they’re doing to make the world a better place, along with links to articles as I publish them elsewhere.
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I’m shifting the bulk of my blogging over to a new site, which I’m pretty excited about.
The new site is called Mad Science Innovation and it will carry my reporting, reviews, commentary, interviews with innovators, and more on the technologies that will change the way we live and work during the next 5-20 years.
I launched the site yesterday to coincide with a DARPA press conference on a new technology that could make X-ray vision possible.
I was also planning to cover the launch of the Orbital Sciences ORB-3 commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station.
Little did I know that the rocket would explode a few seconds into the launch. So that’s the second story on the new blog.
It’s already a wild ride. Stop by at madscienceinnovation.com, let me know what you think, and keep looking up.