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Anthony Tammaro

Yes this is a perfect example of the advancement of technology. What will the iphone look like in 30 years? It's fabulous and a great time to be a creative. Tech just keeps going and going. Jump on it!

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The main shift in thinking was not that the use of a GUI or graphics was beneficial rather than wasteful, but the basic idea that a computer could be used for other purposes than strictly data-oriented or mathematical ones. Why use a computer to write a letter when there are perfectly good typewriters around? The true genius of Kay was that he could see these possibilities when computers were considered to be a bank of incomprehensibly blinking lights by most people.

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Yes this is a perfect example of the advancement of technology. What will the iphone look like in 30 years? It's fabulous and a great time to be a creative. Tech just keeps going and going. Jump on it!

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Technology is one thing we must be proud of!
Thing which were considered impossible 15 years ago are happening all the time around us!

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Indeed the technology advancement is mind boggling, it was certainly crossed the limit of what man once imagined 15 or 20 years ago. In the next few years I can only wonder what is to come.
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Thank goodness for our ability to be creative. The computer has allowed us to be on a global stage even though we're only a small business in Helensburgh, Scotland. I can't imagine what we would do without this window on the world. There are some downsides, of course. The speed of communication can be a double-edged sword. Once you commit something to the ether by publishing online, then your comments and thoughts are available in archives for a long, long time.

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I agree with all those comments which warn us not to forget everything that's scarce. Scarcities effect access, skills, money, time... but also content filters. The market for the latter is highly concentrated, although filters are crucial in helping us deal with this abundance.

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It's always been difficult to forecast the utility of technology. Mankind in his infinite variety finds uses for these tools not with the help of seers but with the wisdom of the crowds.

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