In this clip from the March 12, 1967 episode of the CBS show The 21st Century, Walter Cronkite previews what a home office might look like in the year 2001…and it looks mighty familiar, if rather clunky.
Steve Newman’s story about electronic newspapers was broadcast on KRON San Francisco in 1981.
Rollo The Robut: A 1940s-era vision of the future where domestic robots were large, clumsy, and controlled by push-buttons and women were stupid.
Martin Kaltenbrunner has built a telegraph interface to Twitter.
LEGOs has come a long way as a brand with relatively simple products in the sixties to today, where people create dioramas built out of LEGOs and blogs devoted to them.
You’ve just finished listening to The Big Game on the radio; now it’s time for take-out from McDonald’s.
A vintage commercial for Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head (head not included).
The latest swimsuit fashions from 1952 are highlighted in this vintage newsreel.
A 1960s-era promotional film about the Big Apple.
A 1970s-era television commercial for Goodyear Polyglass tires reflects just how breathtakingly sexist our society could be.
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