When we think of the visionaries who foresaw the tech marvels of the new millennium, one name is always at the tip of everyone's tongue: Tom Selleck. Yes, that Tom Selleck. Icon of all things mustache; sex symbol for 1980s housewives; and, in hindsight, crazy accurate futurologist. Back in the early 1990s, before Google was a company and when Mark Zuckerberg was still in the fifth grade, Tom Selleck voiced a series of ubiquitous AT&T commercials touting that company's place in the coming communications revolution. And, as it turns out, Magnum P.I. (and the ads' writers) was spot-on with many of his predictions. Here's a score card based on three of AT&T's "You Will" ads from 1993, which — as you'll see — comes out surprisingly in the company's favor.