The rise of an engineering truth from a quagmire of human needs, experience, and technological compromise
Three Big Thinkers Who Placed Technology at the Heart of History
Its inventor didn’t believe in it. The public saw no use for it. For years nobody would buy it. And then it caught on and everyone called it inevitable.
How would you feel if those futurescapes of fifty years ago materialized today? A short story about our dreams of technology.
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