Interactive future predictions in computing

Thursday, December 8, 2011

The New York Times gives prediction of the future a shot, by inviting its readers to edit a timeline of major events in the future of technology.
Readers are invited to make predictions and collaboratively edit this timeline, which is divided into three sections: a sampling of past advances, future predictions that you can push forward or backward in time (but not, of course, into the past), and a form for making and voting on predictions.

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3 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Cash is outlawed - so communism will win?

Anonymous said...

Internet romances have existed for more than a decade

Anonymous said...

Where are my flying cars, cured cancer and those colonies on Mars?!

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