The time the man spends on food preparation is a little out of hand, especially considering that he's also solved, you know, the little bullshit stuff like pollution.
Start by marking 2010: Living in the Future as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The time the man spends on food preparation is a little out of hand, especially considering that he's also solved, you know, the little bullshit stuff like pollution.
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out the 1972 children’s book 2010: Living in the Future in all its online glory. See the book (now out of print) in its entirety here. Nicoletta Richardson.
If, like me, you were slightly obsessed with the future, you might be interested in checking out the 1972 children’s book 2010: Living in the Future in all its online glory. Written by Geoffrey Hoyle, 2010: Living in the Future gets some things right (people will live in smaller, carefully planned homes that will be networked by powerful computers) and other things hilariously not-so-right (um, climate-controlled jumpsuits?).
Enter the science-fiction writer Geoffrey Hoyle’s 1972 picture book 2010: Living in the Future. Some of the predictions are pretty impressive. A library with no books, in which all reading and viewing material is stored on a computer? Sure. And Hoyle’s dead-on about one thing. Although it’s prefaced with the caveat that it is but one writer’s notion of the distant time, it is nonetheless written with the authoritative tone and stolid detail of an owner’s manual.
Items related to 2010: living in the future (Finding-out books). Geoffrey Hoyle 2010: living in the future (Finding-out books). ISBN 13: 9780819307088. 2010: living in the future (Finding-out books). Learn more about this copy.
In Geoffrey Hoyle's book 2011: Living in the Future in the far-off year 2011, we'll all do our work, attend school and read library books on ingenious video screens that can connect to each other from anywhere around the globe.
Find signed collectible books: '2011: Living In The Future'. Coauthors & Alternates. Ask Me Why (Piccolo Books). by Geoffrey Hoyle, Janice Robertson. ISBN 9780330248228 (978-0-330-24822-8) Softcover, Macmillan, 1976.
Geoffrey Hoyle is often asked why he predicted everybody would be wearing jumpsuits by 2010. He envisioned a world where everybody worked a three-day week and had their electric cars delivered in tubes of liquid. His work has now been reprinted with the year in the title amended to 2011. I've been criticised because I said people wear jumpsuits," explains Hoyle, the son of noted astronomer and science fiction author Fred Hoyle.
In 2010, his book 2010: Living in the Future was popularised by a blog which compared Hoyle's 38-year-old predictions with the reality of modern life
In 2010, his book 2010: Living in the Future was popularised by a blog which compared Hoyle's 38-year-old predictions with the reality of modern life Works. Novels unless otherwise specified). With his father, Fred Hoyle: Fifth Planet, 1963. 2010: Living in the Future, 1972 (illustrated by Alasdair Anderson). Flight (Achievements), 1984 (illustrated by Gerald Witcomb). Futurology: The tricky art of knowing what will happen next - Finlo Rohrer, BBC News Magazine 23 December 2010. Fifth Planet cover notes. Fantastic Fiction entry. Sci Fan bibliography.