"Intel's Tomorrow Project draws on the work of writers such as Corey Doctorow, Sonia Orin Lyris and Charles Walbridge to create visions for the future that can inspire the public, and act as goals for engineers."
Feelin' smug over here. Just a tad. Yeah.
(Okay, for those of you who have replied to me with "huh?" about this, I'll explain. Doctorow is a big name in SF&F and future tech and the co-editor of Boing Boing. He's famous, he's a fine writer, and to be listed after him in this BBC article says a lot about my name recognition value and makes me feel all yummy. Now, it might be a mistake -- maybe they just like my name (I do) -- but let's assume the best.)
As for the anthology itself, the pdf is still available here, and still free.