is a great place to meet magical minds. We enjoy clicking through the site and finding new treasures of knowledge, insight and opinion.
The edge.org newsletter is certainly a great way to stay connected.
Each year EDGE posses its annual question. A select group of very bright and insightful people answer it. The resulting postings and books are absolutely worth the read
From EDGE.org website:
Edge is a Conversation: Edge is different from the Algonquin Round-table or Bloomsbury Group, but it offers the same quality of intellectual adventure. Closer resemblances are the early seventeenth-century Invisible College, a precursor to the Royal Society. Its members consisted of scientists such as Robert Boyle, John Wallis, and Robert Hooke. The Society's common theme was to acquire knowledge through experimental investigation. Another inspiration is The Lunar Society of Birmingham, an informal club of the leading cultural figures of the new industrial age — James Watt, Erasmus Darwin, Josiah Wedgewood, Joseph Priestly, and Benjamin Franklin.