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Do you remember that short film from 1967 titled 1999 AD? The film, produced by Philco-Ford, shows off the house of the future, complete with videophones and push-button kitchens. It was doing the rounds back in 2007, when I first posted a clip of it. Well, one of the stars of that obscure futurist film has officially endorsed a candidate. And it's the candidate who wants to destroy the future.
Facebook, by its own account, is not a media company. Which is kind of funny, given how important the platform has become to providing people with information. Today, the social media company announced that it was partnering with ABC News for special US Election Day coverage - a curious move for a company that's so emphatically "not a media company".
The first and only vice presidential debate of this US election season is today at 12:00PM AEST. And there are plenty of different ways to watch Trump's running mate Mike Pence and Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine square off. Kaine, of course, is perhaps best known as the lead singer of the band Future Islands. And you can't convince me that it's not the same guy.
Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate for President, has already said there are "real questions" about whether vaccines cause autism in children. Now a video has surfaced where Stein says that wi-fi in schools might be harming kids.