January 09, 2007
Home of the Future
It's 2007 folks. The future is here and you can get there by subway--assuming you're just a train ride away from the Time Warner Center in New York City. There, for the next three weeks, where there used to be a standard lobby is the Home to the Future. Ridiculously automated, electro-mated, and remote controlled, the Home to the Future infuses technology into every part of living.
The kitchen features over 200 channels of digital cable, high speed Internet and digital phone service with free calling in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. In the family room bonding in front of a huge television screen wont be interrupted by pesky phone calls. The caller ID will flash across the screen, so you wont have to move a muscle to see who's calling.
The Home to the Future exhibit is fully interactive, so don't be afraid to press a few buttons when you're there. The rest of us will have to check it out online at Home to the Future.com.
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