Back in 1974, Arthur C. Clarke told an ABC reporter that in 2001, every household would have a computer connected to the world.
I’m sure you’ll enjoy this video as much as I did.
This is that footage:
I found it interesting that the positive he saw from the prediction of the Internet was de-urbanization. A dynamic that simply isn’t happening.
Was the web too late?
Is de-urbanization still the future?
On the flip side, I’m a digital tentingmaking missionary in Italy who does all my work online. As Editor of ChurchMag, every post you read is scheduled, edited and curated from my home in a small town (3,500) in Italy.
Pretty cool, right?