Ladies' Home Journal, the very first tech pub

This, according to Blogoscoped, is a screenshot from Ladies' Home Journal in 1900. Or whatever they called screenshots back then. The text in the detail predicts that in the future "man will see around around the world" through cameras connected around the world through a "giant telephone apparatus transmitting each incidental sound in its appropriate place." After the article's publication, millions of investor dollars poured into founder Alexander Graham Bell's startup. Of course, not long after the market tanked, and the article's author John Elfreth Watkins — acused of pumping and dumping stocks — went on to live the rest of his life as an impoverished blogger, or whatever they called them back then.

Ladies' Home Journal, the very first tech pub