Tag Archives: Vintage

How the future of electronic communications looked like in 1982: Compuserve’s “Welcome to someday”

$5 per hour: that’s how much it cost in 1982 to get on the ‘Net. Well, actually, not Internet: just Compuserve, with its e-mail services. As Wikipedia reports: The original CompuServe Information Service, later rebranded as CompuServe Classic, was shut … Continue reading

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The future and Internet as seen in a video from 1969

Take a look at this video, it may seem too similar to today’s life even if some tools are quite… funny. Nevertheless, in 1969 they thought about: flat-screen monitors, some sort of writing recognition, multi-monitor setups and… (yes) a global … Continue reading

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Vintage advertisement of modern technology: Facebook, Skype and Twitter the good ol’ ad-way!

A graphic exercise with old-fashioned and vintage advertisements related to 2012 products and services – the tech brands we all know of. Sometimes old design still works and makes well-known products even more appealing! What about Twitter? A 50’s styled … Continue reading

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