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Jun 26th 2007 11:42PM It was amazing how much the first T.I texas insturments calcualtors cost.
Their red lights ( late 70's) like the led watches.
The batteries did not last long at all.
There was a lot of resistance at Universities to the calculators.
But all in all the adoption came especially when people realized that calculators might be more than a useful tool not only for university but in every day use - balancing your check book and figuring out a mortgage for your home or cottage.
Jun 21st 2007 11:44AM How come such bathing suits were banned on Florida beaches and yet no one seems to notice or see them on Hawaii Beaches or make over fuss or concern over the site of such bathing beauties ?
May 15th 2007 8:28PM See what the American Auto Industry gives us - old trucks laden with options to talk young girls to drive
And the formerly upstart Japanese car industry
Where does it put it research dollars ?
The auto executives of the us and the union leaders should be shot
Apr 20th 2007 2:38PM Let GM market it to the united states us market
Apr 20th 2007 2:34PM One of the smartest most practical things i have seen in a very long time.
Apr 20th 2007 2:31PM It all comes down to "Who Are We ?"
"Where do we want to go ?"
Apr 17th 2007 5:33AM The amazing part is the rapid adoption and application of technologies.
In this case it is voip.
No sooner than you read of voip than you had vonage with a market leader Linkys and later d-link involved.
Within a year newer technologies such as skype and jajah have reduced the impact of vonage and offered working competitive options.
Such is the nature of change and learning growth
Apr 14th 2007 2:35AM Poor little guy
Reminds me of a boss i had
what a shame
Apr 14th 2007 2:31AM Try calling HP for tech support over camera damage
You will not even get past the voice prompts
Remember to demand a supervisor
Mar 29th 2007 7:36AM Amazing.
Wonder what will the hackable maximum reception tange will be be like.
What a job.