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In a way, the personal computer was thousands of years in the making, and even then not everyone was convinced that anyone would want one in their home. Thirty some-odd years later, it turns out that not only do we want computers in our home, we want them on our phone, in our pockets, and eventually I expect we'll wear them on our wrist (or at least in our glasses, thanks to Google).
The technology improves so quickly now, it seems like we've just learned how to use something new when something newer comes along. Meanwhile, what to do with the old computers, cell phones, corded-wired telephones, cd players and vhs recorders? Handing them 'down' isn't a great option anymore, since our kids, nieces & nephews all seem to have even more current technology than we do! And we're always being warned not to throw tech equipment in the garbage.
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