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Jane Ruffino: Back To The Future Part II predicted lots of things when it came out in 1989, but not the rise of the tech industry futurist

10th January, 2015
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‘Dude, where’s my hoverboard?” asked pretty much every online media source last week, the week before, and this week, making the beginning of 2015 a lot like a long car trip with a five-year-old (and much less funny). If we’d had the internet in 1984, it would likely have been worse, but instead (in case you haven’t read anything yet this year), we have retrofuturist references to 1989’s version of 2015, as seen in Back...

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