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Make Computers Great Again

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I enjoy all old technologies. I like the idea that they’re already obsolete, and will only increase in retro coolness over time.

The Good

If computers made in the nineteen nineties were capable of talking, they would complain incessantly about the hardware from the twenty tens. There are just too many drawbacks to upgrading to post-millennium technology. I, for one, am sad that floppy…




The world is becoming increasingly automated with development influenced by science fiction. This publication covers both the science and the fiction of the stories that matter.

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