The future office: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow

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<h2>Technicolor Tomorrowland</h2><br><br>Nostalgic for the days of future past? Highlights of this bold and bright retro-future office from the 1964 World's Fair include a genuine Ma Bell landline phone and a panel of video screens with TV static--not to mention garish colors, groovy plastic, and a secretary with matching white cap and gloves who looks like she just stepped off a [[xref:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braniff_International_Airways|Braniff Airways|Braniff Airways]] flight circa 1970. If the workplace of the future had turned out to be this colorful, we'd all be suffering from [[xref:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_blindness|flash blindness|flash blindness]], not carpal tunnel syndrome. For more World’s Fair tech, see "
[[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/195293/back_to_the_future_with_worlds_fair_tech_8_amazing_highlights.html|Back to the Future With World’s Fair Tech: 8 Amazing Highlights|Back to the Future With World’s Fair Tech: 8 Amazing Highlights]]."

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