2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of the publication of Alvin Toffler’s futurist forecast of the impact of the digital revolution. Future Shock was published in 1970, when the digital revolution was in its infancy. Toffler was writing at a time of mainframes and punch cards – no disk storage and certainly no PCs or cell phones. And the smartphone was more than a generation away. Yet, his insights resonate as strongly today as they did 50 years ago, maybe more so.