AT&T predicts modern gagdets

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+14 1. Urihep commented 10 years ago

Have you ever seen this clip on snotr.com? You will.
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-8 2. gidman commented 10 years ago

at & t! YOU WILL lose your money more quickly!
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+12 3. zerorain commented 10 years ago

man those screens are fat.
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+77 4. Acim commented 10 years ago

Have you ever wanted not to be monitored 24/7? You will.
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0 5. Baboon commented 10 years ago

it seemed like SciFi at that time ...

now, have your wife ever made you a sandwitch from another planet, you will eat it ... with AT & Wife
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+50 6. Carxav commented 10 years ago

funny thing is that the majority are not provided by AT&T . . . Yet
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+8 7. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

The right (those technologies exist)
yet the wrong predictions (was not brought by AT&T)
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+8 8. JimBraire commented 10 years ago

I would love to see today's modern predictions... 2011-2012 :)
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+8 9. dushan commented 10 years ago

#8 did you ever swim in a crude oil?
you will
and the companies that will bring it to you:
BP Exploration and Production Inc
Anadarko Exploration & Production LP
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
MOEX Offshore 2007 LLC...
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+9 10. ozmasood commented 10 years ago

i wonder if they predicted Verizon
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+2 11. wongraven commented 10 years ago

Nice vid. Agree with Jim. Bring out the Oracle !!
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+6 12. miffomizer commented 10 years ago

AT&T logo looks like the death star...
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+5 13. equilibrium2x commented 10 years ago

#4 and the company that will bring it to you? facebook?
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+13 14. dredawg commented 10 years ago

Phone booth? Whats that lol.
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-2 15. etplayer commented 10 years ago

An open note to any moderator.

Ughhhh I know Facebook doesn't want us to *share* stuff anymore and only wants developers to let us 'like' stuff. But for those of us who are too lazy and don't want to go back to having to manually posting links to facebook circa 1997, can you please go back to letting us share stuff? Liking something on facebook doesn't show up any place, it just disappears into your profile with 1000 other things you've liked. In other words, it doesn't drive traffic to Snotr. *hint hint*!! Thanks.
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+2 16. orion commented 10 years ago

They predicted everything we're now using every day... except the fact that the machines in question need not be fixed. Computer connected to everything in the form of a cellphone was a stretch too far for the human imagination.

Also the screens are terrible.
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+3 17. Sizzlik (admin) commented 10 years ago

#15 i guess you have to ask this question to facebook developers ;)
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+2 18. Kendiana commented 10 years ago

I think we will ALL lose in the end. That has already been predicted and IS being executed. :S
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+2 19. Thanny commented 10 years ago

#5 Uh, no. None of those commercials seemed at all outlandish at the time. Most of those technologies already existed, after all, but were priced out of reach of the general public.

I realize that 18 years ago seems like an eternity to young folk, but that was yesterday for those of us who were adults at the time (just barely, in my case).
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-2 20. etplayer commented 10 years ago

#17 No its the widget of code within the referring website itself. I know because there are still several websites out there that still let you 'share' as opposed to like :(
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+1 21. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

ahh I remember these days, we were struggling with vending machines many times because it was not regonizing the money notes.

and yes we used to play outside, we had atari but the games were so stupid even for that time and no internet :( and we didnt have a need for a mobile phone.
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+4 22. Highmeadow commented 10 years ago

#21 - yeah, when I was a kid, the last thing in the world I wanted was my mother calling me home for supper. I didnèt need a phone to talk to my friends because we were already together. I'm not sure if my daughter would recognize her friends voices - all they do is text each other.