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Ask Slashdot: what are some technologies which have gone extinct

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  • Punch tape. It really helps one understand what the data actually is.
  • Also, Bollywood-style musicals don't seem to move letterpress paper products the way they did when I was a kid.

    Dubstep music also seems to have tapered off of late; perhaps another casualty of Adult Onset Short Attention Span Shadow Puppet Theater Disorder.

    Fibre-channel remote booting off a hard drive in a data center you don't know about using Diamond Multimedia Power Line communications devices hidden in a desktop's actual Power Supply Unit still seems to be a fairly solid bet for technology that will sti

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