22 09 2005

Who needs Windows?

This story got my attention because I still have a Commodore 64. But I don’t use and I’ve moved on. It seems most people arrive at a place where something in their lives is “good enough” for what they do but it often for reasons other than the primary function of the object. It may be nostalgia, cost or values which bring about a “good enough” response. And that’s fine…for what it is. But let’s admit that invention and technology have brought us faster, easier and more efficient ways to do tasks and weigh those changes accordingly against competing values we may choose to place higher on the scale.

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