The joke was what I liked about it. It can play out a few ways. Yesterday's
future could be today or today+n, (anytime in the future) but most Web folks
are still working in the world of yesterday (or more specifically the last
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> >"Bringing you yesterday's future, today"
> >I think Eric may have been making a joke with that one.
> >"Yesterday's future today" is...today.
> Uh, yeah. Didn't think it would get taken seriously!
> Sorry, folks.
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