...managed to catch today was a documentary about Titanic.

I know, I know, it isn't really that impressive, since there are hundreds of those already, but this one was kinda special.
Here is the full movie for those who want to watch it:

So why did I say I found it kinda special? Well, first of all, it's because it takes into account both the movie - it actually tries to correct the stuff they got wrong in the blockbuster (he-he, blockbuster, get it?) - and the reality.

It also has James Cameron spouting a really great speech at the end of it:

Wow. I never thought about it like that. This is one of the most inspired speeches I've heard nowadays...

But let's ruin the mood with something different today.

Since I watched this movie on TV, I had to get trough a bunch of commercials too. Funny thing was, that one of them mentioned that Oreo was now 100 years old.

The first thing that came to my mind? The Titanic sunk 100 year ago.

Which is kinda weird, thinking about it like this. You know, related to something tragic. It's almost like my B-day (11th September - now that we are getting close to the date), just a little bit bittersweet.

Can you imagine how many things changed in one hundred years?

You can do it only by comparing the TV series Downton Abbey with our lives now. 100 years ago the tallest building was still the Eiffel Tower.

100 years ago the canned beer didn't exist yet. Nor did crossword puzzles or iced tea.

And let's face it, 100 years isn't really a long time. Hell, there are people who actually lived trough all these years... we could say that it was...what? 4 generations ago? Maximum 5 if they were really horny and fertile.

I wish someone would actually document how those who were alive all these years ago feel about the changes that happened in the world. Of how did they adapt to it, and how it actually turned out vs. how they thought it would be as children.

It's also kinda funny that people 100 years ago thought that by this time we will all be able to live on other planets and travel by rocket ships.

I guess this was supposed to be a live performance watched on TV?

By the way - I found an interesting site about how the general population thought we would be like in these days, which you can check out here.

Also, related to this... what do you think the world would be like in the next 100 years? How much does/did our view change about the future these past 100 years? I mean, we already have television and rocket ships, and moving houses and stuff like that. But otherwise did it change much? I don't think so... we still want to live on other planets, we still wish to be able to build civilizations miles under water, and we still want to build our super-humans.

Will we be able to ever reach these?