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Jul 22, 2008 2 comments
How often do you upgrade your computer?? Are you still using that 4 years old system with so-called upgraded components in it? How about your experience in hunting hardware stalls for USB PCI slot when you could easily get that on newer system? Are you trying to search for old but new hard drives/memory or any other components for your old system?? Well the reality is we don't really want to get over of what once were things of pride and possession. Lucky them...who don't want to use computer for more than email and document typing.

But there are people who just don't want to be left behind. They suffer most, they are kind of obsessed with the newer technology. To be true, majority of people who are somehow attached to technology fall in this group who want to use latest gizmos, be introduced with latest tech charm, if not affordable then somehow wind up using their low-end version. No matter what, they want to experience the latest tech whim.

Moore's law describes an important trend in the history of computer hardware: that the number of transistors that can be inexpensively placed on an integrated circuit is increasing exponentially, doubling approximately every two years..

But there is something humor in this video below, which will obviously conveys the message if you could understand. Watch it!!!

Thank you for reading.


NKM said…
ha ha ha...
bates was 42!
Navin said…
it's satire on how fast technology is changing.. it's how end users are being robbed, it's how they are misdirected ... technology is dynamic but some people are taking advantage of it.

If you ever go to any store, never-ever fall for sales people out there, do full-proof research online first then go and buy..

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