I’m not clear whether this is new or not but, via the Futures weblog, the Ontario College of Art and Design offers a Master of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation:
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The Tate Modern art gallery in London, UK, has a competition to write short stories about life in London(?) in 2058:
Library Futures Quarterly ("Intelligence Reports for Library Strategists") is a journal of which I hadn't previously heard. It's a pay-for paper thing, but looks like it could be interesting and there are some free features including a small section of sporadically updated free articles and an occasional email newsletter. I like futures stuff that's tightly focussed on a single domain -- it's evidence there are people putting the techniques to use outside the little world of pure futurists.
I can't remember reading any of these erratically-published email newsletters before, but I suppose I must have received them. A few interesting links in there (like NASA's bionic eyes), but it does give the impression that most of The Arlington Institute's scanning is done at the BBC's Sci/Tech news page. However, despite its lack of wow factor and its interminable length, the newsletter does serve as a useful summary of how mainstream events fit into a series of interesting trends.