In the Year 2889 by Jules Verne:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

This short story was written by Verne at the request of James Gordon Bennett, Jr., owner of the New York Herald. Bennett's request was that Verne try to imagine life in the United States one thousand years into the future. Select an invention:

Atmospheric Advertising - write it on the clouds

Live News - prediction of newscasts

Phonotelephote - earliest reference to videophone

Recorded News - Tivo for radio in 1889

 

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Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition OLED TV
re: HG Wells
(9/5/2020)

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re: Frank Herbert
(9/3/2020)

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re: Philip K. Dick
(9/1/2020)

Gather Ye Moonrocks While Ye May
re: Nat Schachner
(8/29/2020)

InMotion V11 Electric Unicycle Gets Air (Video)
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/27/2020)

Rid Thyself Of Ads On The Newsbox
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/25/2020)

A.I. Jesus Proclaims Machine Gospel
re: Philip K. Dick
(8/23/2020)

Google's Remixed 'Your News Update' ala Heinlein, Clarke, Pohl
re: Robert Heinlein
(8/21/2020)

iSphere Plastique Fantastique Face Mask Alternative
re: Edmond Hamilton
(8/19/2020)

Inkjet-Printed Wearable Solar Cells
re: Rudy Rucker
(8/17/2020)

NDB Nuclear Waste Battery Lasts A Lifetime
re: Edmond Hamilton
(8/15/2020)

Neuralink Will Land A Chip In Your Brain
re: Iain M. Banks
(8/13/2020)

EPR Is Quick, Temporary Biostasis
re: Philip K. Dick
(8/11/2020)

It's Time For Robots With Soft, Sensitive Skin
re: Roger Zelazny
(8/9/2020)

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