eh, as you yourself said, futurism has always been imaginary. surely we can agree that the value of the book doesn't rest on his ability to make nostradamus style predictions about the next big thing. "but never underestimate the power of myth, they can be thousand years out of date and still provide great works of beauty and horror." great line imo it applies here.
Oh agreed. I just want him to er, how do I say this without sounding a bit battymanbarty, stroke my intellectual faculties with a smooth, gelatinous layer of compact consistency. But of course my desires run contrary to repeating books.