My Future Listography

Encouraging users to envision future goals and aspirations, this journal includes over 70 all-new thought-provoking list topics that range from the practical to the more whimsical.

My Future Listography

Encouraging users to envision future goals and aspirations, this journal includes over 70 all-new thought-provoking list topics that range from the practical to the more whimsical. With quirky hand-drawn illustrations and insightful prompts throughout, this journal invites the motivation and fun that come with pondering the road ahead.

Literary Listography

160 pages illus by Holly Exley. 7.1" x 9.6"

Literary Listography

160 pages illus by Holly Exley. 7.1" x 9.6"

My Listography

This quirky journal will inspire young list-makers to create an entire autobiography in list form!

My Listography

This quirky journal will inspire young list-makers to create an entire autobiography in list form! Covering everything from favorite books and movies to secret wishes and dreams for the future, each list also comes with a comical illustration — perfect for hours of list-making fun. 120 pages.

Age of Diversity

47 Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of
People, Nations and Business, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2013. ... exceeds 65
billion dollars; Twitter (21% of Internet users); My space; Linkedin and its 200
million members and its assessment, which is close ... 61 Listography
LiveJournal (Russia and the Russian diaspora), Sonico (Hispanic and
Portuguese diasporas) 62 ...

Age of Diversity

In twenty-five years, 80% of the world population will live in Asia and Africa. What changes, culturally I particular, should be expected in this century? This is the vast and fascinating question Jean-Louis Roy tries to answer with the help of correspondents from Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe. The author argues that shifting wealth from the West to Asia, Latin America and Africa causes the reconfiguration of the economic map. This tilting also transforms the global cultural space. The dominant cultural position occupied by the Atlantic area will not disappear overnight. However, it is important to note that emerging countries are working earnestly, well served by the tools of the digital age. For example, China is already the world leader in the art market, and Nigeria, the second in international film production after India. Diversity emerges from all sides. Welcome to the twenty-first century!