Arthur C. Clarke's 1974 Prediction of the Internet & PC
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Sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke predicted in this 1974 TV interview that in 2001, regular people would have personal computers and be connected all over the world.

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"He will have in his own house…a console through which he can talk to his friendly local computer and get all the information he needs for his everyday life, like his bank statements, theatre reservations—all the information you need in the course of living in a complex modern society. This will be in a compact form in his own house. You”ll have a television screen…and a keyboard and he’ll talk to the computer and get information from it. And he’ll take it as much for granted as we take the telephone."   Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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