CRN Task Force Scenario Project
The telecommunications industry has experienced more change in the last decade than in its entire history. In 1999, only 15 percent of the world’s population had access to a telephone; by 2009, nearly 70 percent had mobile phone subscriptions.
In 1994, at the dawn of a democratic era in South Africa our hopes were writ large in the narrative of liberty. There was a vision both of nationhood for all, and of substantial improvement in the quality of life for the victims of apartheid.
What are the opportunities and risks, the challenges and barriers that we might have to face in developing Australia's workforce capacity over the next two decades or so? How can we anticipate them and plan our responses accordingly?
The United Micro Kingdoms (UmK) is divided into four super-shires inhabited by Digitarians, Bioliberals, Anarcho-evolutionists and Communo-nuclearists. Each county is an experimental zone, free to develop its own form of governance, economy and lifestyle.