Future, History Museum

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “From the Collection of the Artist.”

One hundred years from now, a major museum is running an exhibition on life and culture as it was during our current historical period. You’re asked to write an introduction for the show’s brochure. What will it say?


One hundred years ago, this museum open in 2015, with excited fanfare to celebrate earths communications history, focusing on the previous one hundred years, of primitive communications.

When the exhibit opened, the displays reflected how the populations of earth communicated the previous 100 years. The initial antiquated devices identified as telephones were used.

Unknown Antique_Rotary_Telephone_by_staticnuts

This technology was in use for over one hundred years before our primitive ancestors evolved to digital technology that was used around the world. Our ancestors used early forms of digital devices called cellular phones, laptops and desktop computers was primary use of thier advance communications of the time.

The following photos you see are identified as an automatic teller machine “ATM,” cellular phones, desktop and laptop computers. Our unsophisticated ancestors exchanged information, for teaching, banking, the written and spoken word, along with the exchange of ideas.

Old_Cell_Phone_3_1684554a cell-phone-evolution pc_mainos_1 ATM-machine

It is difficult to imagine how they survived without the digital information implanted directly into our brainstem at birth providing everyone the ability to control every need and want here on the Mars IV colony.

Use your holographic imaging programs to touch the artifacts if you like.

The Daily Post Prompt


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