Life in 2030: How Will YOU Eat, Play, Work, Drive and Do Everything Else?
February 12, 2020
Hosted by Bonnie D. Graham
Today’s Buzz: “By 2030 the average person in the U.S. will have 4.5 packages a week delivered with flying drones. They will travel 40% of the time in a driverless car, use a 3D printer to print hyper-individualized meals, and will spend most of their leisure time on an activity that hasn’t been invented yet … Most people will have stopped taking pills in favor of a new device that causes the body to manufacture its own cures. Space colonies, personal privacy, and flying cars will all be hot topics of discussion, but not a reality yet” (Thomas Frey, futuristspeaker.com). Wow! In 2030, will YOU be that “average person” or a different statistical notation in a rear-view-mirror blog? We’ll ask futurists Michael Gale, Frank Diana, Kevin Benedict, and Gray Scott for their take on Life in 2030: How Will YOU Eat, Play, Work, Drive and Do Everything Else?
Technology Revolution: The Future of Now
Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern Time on VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Technology in many shapes, forms, and devices is already shaping nearly every aspect of your life. How? On your smart phone and tablet with thousands of apps to enhance your work and daily living. On streaming media that lets you watch TV and movies anytime anywhere. On social media where your voice is instantly amplified to reach the world. Think you’ve seen it all? Not! There’s more to come and you’re part of making it happen – right now. Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she speaks with future-focused visionaries on Technology Revolution: The Future of Now, broadcasting live every Wednesday at 8 AM Pacific Time/11 AM Eastern Time, on the Business Channel.
Bonnie D. Graham
Bonnie D. Graham has been producing and hosting live talk radio since 1998. In 2011, working at the enterprise software leader SAP, she successfully created, produced and hosted the weekly “Coffee Break with Game-Changers” business thought leadership roundtable radio series. Over the next eight years, she developed 45 additional series that attracted millions of listeners around the world. Since becoming an independent broadcaster in 2019, she has also been engaged by other global enterprises to develop and host their radio and podcast series. What powers Bonnie’s passion for radio? She “loves speaking with smart people!”