or OS/2 1.0
or Zune (especially the brown one)
slashdot's overwhelming conservative majority
Needed a sarcasm tag there.
So instead of a crusty old veteran "maverick" and a cheerleader of debatable intelligence, we got a miserly career politician with impossibly white teeth (polished by repeatedly putting his foot in his mouth, no doubt) and a community organizer who demanded 10 years of tax returns from his opponent but deemed producing his own birth certificate a challenge.
Sounds like a WIN
In 1994, we already had 64-bit CPUs in the server and professional workstation spaces, and the benefits were clear.
Going past 64-bit CPUs, the advantages are not so obvious, and much of the effort is being expended on changing the game to quantum computing.
It's wrong if it turns out the modem THEY own is defective.
Not if you vandalize it as in this example.