I have nothing but praise for J. K. Rowling. Her contribution - apart from the books themselves, obviously - is showing writers how to interact with the 21st Century.
Every technological advance we've made in the 21st century and throughout the 20th has come from the United States of America.
I am a woman of the 21st Century who is self-assured and speaks my mind.
In 1981, I was a futurist - or at least I was a guy who put on a futurist hat occasionally - and I wrote about the 21st century.
We need to prepare our kids for a 21st Century economy, and we're not doing it with our schools.
The key word for transportation in the 21st is 'choice.'
The debate that I'm interested in having is with seriously smart people about how we design institutions in the 21st century that will genuinely address problems of poverty and educational underachievement.
It's important to move the theatre into the 21st Century.
I think there are more good young actors now than ever. It's a medium that everyone wants to be connected with - it is such a hip medium going into the 21st century.
I'm a feminist, a 21st-century feminist - which means choice and freedom. One has the right to be both glamorous and ethically structured.
'The Wizard of Oz' and 'Alice in Wonderland' inspired me. I wanted to take those themes and try to bring it into a more 21st story with aliens.
In the end, the railroads made America and nanotech will make the 21st century, and that is the end of the story. The beginning of the story and the end of the story.
I believe that the rights of women and girls is the unfinished business of the 21st century.
I love stories that give me a perspective on how easy American life has become in the 21st century.
There's so much in the 21st century that is stymied by bureaucracy and mediocrity and committee.
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