What Your Home Office Will Look Like in 2001

Walter Cronkite in the Home Office of 2001 (1967)

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+40 1. jeffy commented 7 years ago

He was partially right . Only one computer is needed for all those operations though .
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+3 2. Gondy10 commented 7 years ago

Good job, Howard Starks?? >:)
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+7 3. SeanzBeanz commented 7 years ago

Most of us still have to go to work. Fortunately my phone can do all this and more while i'm on the way, besides the printing of course :)
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+20 4. txo commented 7 years ago

I love this kind of videos. The real development of technology was bigger than the imagination of people. I would like to see how it will look like in another 50 years in the future. It will be silly for me to try to imagine it too. :S
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+1 5. Paul2765 commented 7 years ago

Very forward looking for 46 years ago and not far off the mark. I've worked with clients all over the world for the last 5 years from home.
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+4 6. Gorf commented 7 years ago

Reading the newspaper, checking out the weather, spying on the other rooms in the house. Since when were these all acceptable uses of work time?
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+6 7. bejzik commented 7 years ago

one computer? or one phone? :x
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+2 8. herial commented 7 years ago

#1 ..and it's called smartphone! :D
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+10 9. Jim777 commented 7 years ago

my office still looks like this... :(
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+1 10. orion commented 7 years ago

Sure but why would you need 3 screens? I believe that back in the 60s they could switch channels on TV, why not imagine doing that here? And why does the "phone" look like a match on a stick?
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+1 11. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

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Only thing we don't really use much, is the need to communicate with other rooms in the house (curious what kinda house this guy lived in too now, must be big). But all the other aspects are true. You have a computer, a television, a cell phone, and maybe even a second or third computer around. The printer part is replaced by the mobility of our current devices. Oh, and the part where we still go to work, but this is more a social aspect than a technical aspect imo. So i would say a bit more than partially, almost spot on imo.

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If you've never used multiple monitors, you should try, it's awesome. Also, the microphone is not far from the ones we use today, we just cover it in different shapes of plastic. The top of the mic in the video looks just like any boom mic.
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0 12. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Walter Cronkite, one of the best in journalism, ever, when journalism still had quality.