Oh, the irony. "The Future Is Private" that's certainly rich. These headlines are so far off from the truth of the future, it's depressing and slightly frightening. But still, you have to laugh at just poorly these posts have aged.
This is pretty insane! Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom, creators of the 'Which Face Is Real' sensation, state their reason for creating such a program, "to make you aware of the wase with which digital identities can be faked, and to help you spot these fakes at a single glance." We snapshotted a new of the faces below, see if you can tell which one is real and which is fake! The real face will be highlighted in green.
Back in the late 1800s, a group of French artists imagined what the year 2000 would look like and illustrated all kinds of scientific and everyday inventions they envisioned. These illustrations were called, 'En L'An 2000', and were originally posted onto cigarette/cigar boxes and, later, as postcards. You can view the more of the collection at Wikimedia Commons.
While horoscopes usually tend to be a source of those feel-good prophecies about the near future, not everybody sees them the same way. Take Toronto-based artist Amrit Brar for example, who has crafted a dark humor-induced version she called 'Shitty Horoscopes.' Scroll down to see your fortune.