May 07, 2003
Yesterday's Tomorrows
Yesterday's Tomorrows cover (from amazon.co.uk)

Inspired by Eirik's recommendation, I've added "Yesterday's tomorrows" to my shopping basket, and will also checkout the website.

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I have a similar (but cheaper and older) book... it's quite cool. A while back I wondered if there was a word that refered to a view of the future from the past...

Posted by: Ryan on May 7, 2003 03:23 PM

Oops -- the link didn't come through in the previous comment:

http://www.laze.net/fait/archive/002291.php

Posted by: Ryan on May 7, 2003 03:23 PM
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