Popular Science's "Future Of" on the Science channel gives viewers a weekly glimpse into the future of combat, adventure, superhumans and more. Tonight, the show takes things inside the homes, kitchens and cars of our future selves in the "Future Of: Habitat"
The host of the new television show Popular Science's Future Of uses humor and wit to conquer new technologies
By Natalie AvonPosted 08.05.2009 at 11:30 am 1 Comment
Baratunde Thurston delves into technological and scientific innovations in the new television series Popular Science's Future Of, premiering on the Science Channel Monday, August 10 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). As a comedian, political pundit, and author, he guides us through the future of play, war, sex, security, and many other topics affecting human life. In Monday's premiere episode, he will go to the MIT Media Lab to try out new technology that will shape our leisure time in the future.
PopSci talked to the man about television, the future, and defeating Michael Phelps.