• Postmodern humans love to predict how technology will benefit or harm them, as in this sexist yet oddly familiar spot from 1969. [1 of 3]
 

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design 29 Nov 2012

by Karyn Campbell, writer, designer of experimental media, and investor at Collaborative Fund.
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  • Today, “Make Money Online!” isn’t just an annoying spam phrase. People make real money on Airbnb, Skillshare, and TaskRabbit. Your guide. [2 of 3]
 
  • And in the future? Peer networks and big data will drastically change how we work. I’m no Isaac Asimov, but here’s my take. [3 of 3]
 
  • Images: screen grab of “The Internet in 1969”; infographic via Fast Company; screen grab via Will Work For.
 
 

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