A day in the near future — how new designs will change our lives (New York Times video)
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Carla Diana and the artist Katie Turner give us a glimpse of a typical day in our near future in this New York Times video.
But . . . always a but, right? . . . is what's shown good or bad?
Three of the comments at the YouTube site:
Carilyn Zhang: "Then people will not know how to use their brain to do some basic activities in life. Terrible. I don't want to live a life like this."
HCHSGuy: "These are all ways in which we will become more stupid - we are all perfectly capable of remembering where to bike, turning on our stereo system, and we also love cooking!"
Jackieathiful: "I read read the comments. A lot are negative. I think it is very creative. There are days that I wish I had some help. Come on, it is funny. Lighten up. You sound like your angry at a video."
Last modified: January 29. 2013 12:46PM