The future as it looked in 1967

How IBM was going to help us tackle the paperwork explosion: “Machines should work. People should think.”

For another version of the future as it was meant to be (and one that’s also turning out sort-of-right), see The Guardian‘s 1994 vision of the newspaper of the future and for one that was rather less right see the cassette tape navigation system for cars.

One response to “The future as it looked in 1967”

  1. The men (and the paper) looks not unlike my office today: the women look out of this world. Why were they all only secretaries (and 1 teacher)?!

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