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He'll probably have one of those stupid hyphenated last names too.
"by the 1980s was seen as a destination for personal computers, gadgets and components that were hard to find elsewhere."
It is still the place to find computers, gadgets and components... from the 1980s...!!
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I don't understand why Microsoft decided to skip Windows 9. They are skipping the version that would have been good!
Windows XP: Good
Windows Vista: Bad
Windows 7: Good
Windows 8: Bad
Windows 9: (Good?)
Windows 10: (Bad?)
Look. We all have flat panel televisions now. Exactly how are we supposed to put these boxes on top of them?
You need to call these something else.
Under set box?
Smart TV box?
Or start building a shelf on top of the TV.
If your phone is so big and cumbersome that you need a second phone that is easier to hold and easier to handle, then why wouldn't you just get a primary phone that fits those requirements in the first place?
I see these people with their ridiculous 5 inch Android phones. They have them set to dim and turn off the screen almost immediately, because the battery life is so shitty. When they aren't swiping around on them like a crazy person, they are looking for power outlets to keep the stupidly big things charged up.
Screw that. Get a phone with a normal size screen, a phone that fits in your pocket, a phone that has a battery that lasts for a whole day, a phone that doesn't need another phone as an accessory.
Mac II wasn't released until 1987.
Some people were using them before they were released...