Hey guys! (and girls)
Sorry for the delay in replying. I really appreciate your enthusiasm for this website, and it's great to hear your ideas.
Interviews is something we'll try to do in 2016. Not just interviews, actually, but various other new features too. As a matter of fact, I had an interesting phone call with a fellow futurist this evening about a collaboration between our sites - if all goes well, she might be able to put me in contact with a few well-known people. It's early days, but I think this collaboration could really boost the name recognition of FutureTimeline. I'll post more details when I get them. All I can say now is that it could feature alternative timelines (e.g. utopia / dystopia), in addition to interviews.
The problem at the moment is this mobile/responsive version that's really holding me back and slowing everything down. It's dragged on for what seems like forever and still isn't finished. However, the good news is that I have a massive, long holiday planned over Christmas and New Year, during which I plan to work almost entirely on the responsive version, getting it to a state that's basically ready to launch. The homepage redesign is nearing completion, and the most difficult part of the section templates are now done.
Once FT is compatible with all device types and screens, we can begin the really exciting work of introducing these new features and content to attract a wider audience. Somebody mentioned having a merchandise store, and yes, that's the kind of thing I'm talking about. But there's so much more we can do in terms of expanding the website - new written features, guest blogs, future artwork, graphics, videos, opinion polls, libraries of data/stats useful in predicting future trends, new forum sections, a bigger presence on social media, etc. etc...
At the same time, I'm keen to ensure FT stays "true to its roots", by keeping the timeline updated with new predictions, and editing the older/outdated predictions or removing any which don't fit anymore. There's still a massive amount of stuff we can add to the 22nd/23rd century, far future and "Beyond" pages, which could be further subdivided into larger sections. For example, we could try to predict how the interstellar colonies develop and expand throughout space. We could even create our own sci-fi brand/franchise, with short stories set in this future universe.
Please keep your ideas and suggestions coming, and let's continue to build this amazing community of futurists.