The Future of Computing

We have only scratched the surface of what we will eventually do with computers and automation. Meanwhile, forces with a lot of control and influence seem to want the technology to stagnate, to become a “mature industry,” when it is far from what it could be.

The future is going to provide all sorts of advances in hardware and software, but it’s hard to say if upcoming consumer innovations will be “huge,” as they could be, or so constrained as to be useless.

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Shades of Things to Come 2

Note this: It doesn’t seem to matter what certain protected businesses do, they know they can count on a bailout. For example: General Motors (GM). Like Ford, it produced millions upon millions of trash cars. It was willful in its disdain for the consumer. But it skated clear, dumped a bunch of obligations, and poked its ugly head up again, thanks to government. It is legally a different company, but with mostly the same old idiots at the helm, so what’s changed?

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