Welcome to FuturesPassed.com! We're an up-and-coming game-changer for the entertainment industry. Take a look below, and see what appeals to you:
The Futures Passed Forum is the place to go for discussing any form of art, philosophy, or anything to do with the various sites on Futures Passed Networks. The forum is a good way to get in touch with the owner of the web site, too.
Ever wonder what all the parts in your car are, or how they work? Cars Simplified can answer and and all questions you may have. What's a Turbo? Want to know more about Aerodynamics? Never heard of a Wankel Engine? Cars Simplified has you covered! You can also visit the site's forum and ask about anything, or just discuss your favorite vehicles and the latest automotive news.
Ever notice how liberal and conservative bias in the news isn't very funny? Time For More Info has, and realizing the lack of humor was a government plot to keep work distractions away from the public, the team at TFMI sprung into action, reporting on the stories that the other guys are too boring too cover. Wake up America, because it's Time For More Info!
There are a number of different blogs on this site, the most notable being Ideafication, where Steve makes his personal, political, and occasional music progress posts. Steve's Mechanic Blog is where he goes to talk about his mechanical work, on his own car and others. Steve's most recent blog is called Web Design with Stephen Brand, which has web coding tips and tricks.
Stephen Brand manages Futures Passed Networks. This page is about him, his friends, and his various interests. It includes a number of ways to contact him for work or personal interests and pictures. Steve can do freelance web design work for companies, individuals, and organizations.
Futures Passed Music News & Reviews used to be our music review page, but it hasn't really been active lately. However, it's still there, and if you're interested in writing reviews, let us know on the forum! We cover nearly all genres of music from anywhere between emerging local bands to work-famous established music.