8 comments on “The Best Modern Automotive “Technologies” !!!

  1. Star Trek was quite visionary in it’s use of computers and various hand held devices. I saw Gene Roddenberry speak in 1977, and I was very disappointed that the only vision he had for the future was the television. Bah! Humbug! I haven’t had a television in over 30 years, but I use computers and hand held devices daily. There are still promising technologies to be discovered from the original Star Trek series, but for some reason Star Trek’s creator didn’t seem to imagine them ever going beyond the television set.

    Great cars!

  2. I am not into cars… my husband bought my cars all thru the years. He loves convertibles though … once owned a Mercedes Benz 450 SL, then sold that, then an Infiniti M20 which he basically gave away to a friend, now we have a Volvo C70. Yup, I know the models and enjoy our Saturday rides along the coastline of New England…but that’s about it with cars for me. I just stop by to say your post are very informative and entertaining. I just started to blog this year and reading posts like yours that are free-styled and spontaneous are helping me a lot… so thank you! From time to time, I’ll stop by, keep up the good job! Best!

  3. HUGE Original Star Trek fan… and yes, the Future is here, well no it’s not… not until I have my own personal TRANSPORTER! great post!

  4. Your analogy of Star Trek technology is something that always makes me think about the film industry. Do they have inspiring imagination, or some amazing foresight we don’t understand?

  5. Tom – you have a great and imaginative blog about cars. Things I never would have thought of. I nominate you for the One Lovely Blog Award. You can check out my blog, which you are already following, to learn more. Maybe you don’t think the award is worth it. That’s OK. You don’t have to do it. The logo is rather unmasculine, so you may not want to use it. 🙂 But you were my first follower, and I thought you deserved an award for that. 🙂

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