Nearly Extinct and Futuristic Objects

@sishy7 (27646)
Australia
April 20, 2012 4:28am CST
Things are unsurprisingly changing with time. Some will slowly disappear as they are replaced by new innovation. Looking around me, I see a grandfather clock and I cannot help thinking that it will soon be a thing in the past. Although once regarded as a must have luxurious item, no modern homes will consider it as part of their furnishing anymore. I imagine futuristic homes will probably have some kind of hologram clocks; ones which you would see holographic time stamp appears within negative space.
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@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
21 Apr 12
I'm always thinking about whether people are really going to invent teleportation, what are they going to do with all those cars and buses? :D Also, I'm always thinking that, well, we can't imagine any more modern things that we have, but then I think back, and like "x years ago floppy discs were the best, I even had computer games on them"... and now?
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@sishy7 (27646)
• Australia
21 Apr 12
Yes, things are just keep evolving with time... As new ones come along, old ones become obsolete, like also manual typewriter or casette tapes now... That's just how life goes I suppose, right?