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Author Topic: The Future that Never Was  (Read 1663 times)
VoxClamantis
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« on: April 19, 2007, 10:06:AM »

Ack! From the blog "Paleo-Future: A Look into the Future that Never Was" comes this series, described thus:
In 1993 AT&T produced a fourteen minute video called Connections: AT&T's Vision of the Future. It looks like it had quite a large budget but I can't figure out who the audience was for such a video. It has a similar feel to AT&T's "You Will" TV commercials which were also produced in 1993.
To me, what are more interesting than the technology envisioned are the acting, the fashions, and the general dairy-ness of it all! There is so much cheese here, I can't stop watching LOL Parts 4 and 6 are the best, man... In the latter, we get to see what shopping for a bridal gown should have looked like by now...
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nicollette
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« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2007, 11:39:AM »

wow, that was a blast from the past.  Did anyone notice that the fashions of the early '90's were the same fashions of the future?  Wow!

And to quote a comment from the site:
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video #2 "we have adequate city housing."  Aha a future in which cities have adequate city housing is more absurd that everything else combined.
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