19th May 2004 - Nine Chapters and Parachuting!

I haven’t had the time to update my journal as much as I would have liked. This is partly because I suffered from a total collapse of my server which some of you might have experienced, so much of my energy had to be dedicated to getting the website relocated to another kind host. Additionally, I have been on a roll with writing my book about Computer Aided Leadership and Management; CALM. So far I am almost finished with the first nine out of ten chapters, and I hope to have completed all the writing on first draft within one or two weeks. I am kindly recruiting people to review and comment my writings, so if the CALM subject is in the area of your interest -and you have the time- please write me.

The writing in general has taught me a lot, it is as if it took a life on its own and lead me on a journey through the research and literature as well as testing myself; actually the writing the book took me parachuting again, so perhaps you understand my virtual absence.

All in all these past few months have been inspirational beyond comparison, but honestly I am looking forward to completing the writings by now….

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The official homepage of Morten Middelfart and CALM. Computer Aided Leadership and Management (CALM) is an inspirational speculation on where mankind may be heading in the quest to leverage computer potentials for helping individuals and organizations to self-actualize their symbiotic potentials.

The time frame for this well-informed and provocative speculation on relatively near-term and more distant potentials is clearly within mankind's grasp. Dr. Middelfart argues persuasively that within the next one or two decades, symbiotic links with "intelligent machines" will surely leverage people's potentials, far beyond all human progress to date!

Altogether, a tour de force of well-informed contemporary insights and maturely reasoned speculation; affording possible stepping stones and a creative springboard for what may lie ahead. As has been said: "Man's reach should exceed his grasp; else what's a heaven for?”


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