Blackboards Everywhere: Atemporality And The Idea Of The Future

Blackboards Everywhere: Atemporality And The Idea Of The Future
technology

Russell Davies shares some thought-provoking ideas about the current state of science fiction and future thinking in general.

Dan Gould
  • 6 october 2010

In an interesting new post on his blog, Russell Davies laments the ‘lack of futureness’ in modern times — how there does not seem to be a traditional ‘futuristic,’  fantastic vision being evoked and applied in areas such as fashion, design and fiction. Observing a more pervasive modern throwback culture where the vintage and rustic is revered, he wonders what will become of the classic idea of ‘the future.’

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