How We Saw the Internet in 1969

Women, said the people of 1969, will order clothes from an electronic "console". "What the wife selects on her console, will be paid for by the husband at his counterpart console."

We will also live in drab 60s houses and have 60s hair and clothes. But, minus archaic phrasing and casual sexism, they also got email ('electronic post office') and internet banking right.

[kottke.org]