When Arthur C. Clark Predicted The Internet
In 1974 TV clip, author and futurist explains how every home will have a computer console that could connect with other computers.
In this clip in 1974, author and futurist Arthur C. Clarke told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation about how every home will have a computer console that could connect with other computers — and that we’d also be ordering theater tickets and getting bank statements through it. What’s also interesting is that the interviewer seems to have the same concern about technology invading our lives that people have about it today.
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