Why Futurism Has a Cultural Blindspot - Issue 65: In Plain Sight - Nautilus
Kaylene Kau

In early 1999, during the halftime of a University of Washington basketball game, a time capsule from 1927 was opened. Among the contents of this portal to the past were some yellowing newspapers, a Mercury dime, a student handbook, and a building permit. The crowd promptly erupted into boos.