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KATHERINE SHONFIELD

Last Saturday's Daily Telegraph reported another set of predictions for 20 years hence by the Henley Centre. Yet again such changes are overwhelmingly defined in terms of (1) work and (2) home, with a smaller third category entitled, rather endearingly, 'Life'. Work gets increasingly like home - short hours and three-day weeks - while telecottaging makes home like work. 'Life' on the other hand, will comprise computerised shopping and food tablets offering 'complete nutrition replacement'. ...

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