Athena Brown (el 01/11/14 a las 5:05 am)
What gets me is how *anyone* is supposed to be able to live like this.
Currently, 1% of our population controls nearly 80% of the nation's
wealth. We live in literal tent cities now, and our situation is only
continuing in that direction.
In 2020, only 100 people or so will be able to live in houses they actually
own - and they will essentially control the entirety of the country. Only
those they deem worthy will have access to anything beyond the bare minimum
basic of food and water.
Yet we're supposed to think this video has any relevance to our future?
Tazy Giant brain (el 12/10/14 a las 2:00 pm)
This is in 2020
Yoshiko Tsujimoto (el 25/09/14 a las 8:37 pm)
Maximus Primus (el 27/09/14 a las 12:27 am)
Considering how well iPhone glass shatters, I don't think I'd want this
Ike DeLorenzo (el 05/09/14 a las 7:03 pm)
This long video is terrifying. The people -- shown living all aspects of
life -- barely look at at talk to one another all day, and night. They
only look at glass displays. The wife -- awakened alone in bed to a
wall-screen -- talks to her car more than her husband, to whom she says
nothing and only kisses on the cheek (so she can keep an eye on the living
room glass-wall display). In public, people walk like robots eyes glued
on screens that must somehow tell them not to bump into things, and each
other. No talking here either (unless you are a car). And at the store no
employees only -- guess -- giant glass displays that talk to you.
alfie cat (el 05/11/14 a las 5:19 pm)
Watched this in IT
Milan Maršálek (el 05/11/14 a las 11:42 am)
A Day Made of Glass... Made possible by Corning. …:
A nejlepší budou fotovoltaická okna v každém pokoji :-)
CrudgyRespawned (el 04/07/14 a las 9:56 pm)
Get ready for thousands of fingerprints all over your house!
Julius Caesar (el 19/07/13 a las 10:18 am)
This makes me SICK
Mike Coltens (el 13/09/13 a las 1:45 am)