Monday, May 18, 2020

What the "future" brings us today, yesterday

I like this little video of the future imagined in 1967, especially the part where the son speeds up audio recording 102 since he had already heard it--while I watch the video at 1.25 speed on YouTube.

Since computers and other modern conveniences give us more time to learn, we can spend the time to understand other diverse perspectives as we get to know people from other parts of the world and other cultures. We will spend the time to be more empathetic as technology allows us all the ability to learn and grow and appreciate the wonderful world we live in.

It is also covered by Paleofuture in a 2007 post.