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Vintage Future II
Kiplinger predicts Nine Technologies That Will Change Your Future, including personal bar codes and folding (!) cars.
We’ve written before that predicting technology trends is not for the weak at heart – and that’s before one tries to protect the IP and find a way to profit from it. There are reasons we affectionately call the really early stage of investing adventure capital.
Since posting Vintage Future I we’ve encountered a few additional items worth passing along: Innovative Products from the Past that Never Were, the Ten Worst Internet Ideas, and for those who enjoy a blast from the past… The Chef of the Future from The Honeymooners.