“How Will We Live Tomorrow?” The answer might be simple as the next day’s schedule, a riff on where technology leads, or probing the fate of future generations. I am asking this open-ended question to a new person every day as I bicycle through the 48 contiguous United States during 2015 and 2016. The responses I receive are posted here. They offer a fresh, grounded perspective that both correlate and contradict the messages inundating us during this Presidential campaign season.
“How Will We Live Tomorrow?” also features stories from the road. I’m traveling by bicycle because it’s easier for people to open up to a guy on a bike; my alternative mode of transport will induce people to respond to my question in different, creative ways. Besides, I love riding my bike and absorbing America at ten miles per hour.
- – Where should I go?
- – What should I see?
- – To whom should I ask my question?
How Will We Live Tomorrow? wants input from YOU. Give me ideas. Make suggestions in the comment section here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even better – answer my question yourself and submit it to email@example.com. I will post every response, no matter how rosy or bleak, realistic or fantastic, mundane or utopian. Just meet these simple guidelines:
- – Answer the question, “How Will We Live Tomorrow?” in 500 words or less.
- – Provide up to three supporting images, audio or video clips.
- – Substantiate all statistics and references with relevant hyperlinks.
- – Respect other people and their opinions – no trolls, rants or insults.
- – Include your real name. This will be posted with your response.
- – Provide a line or two about you – location, age, occupation, passion.
- – Provide contact information and tell me whether to post it with your response.
Glad to have you join the adventure.