Friday, October 19, 2007

Stross speak, you listen

Random tech blogging of the day: Charlie Stross says that Sony may have finally made a decent e-book reader.

Also, a brief little note on what can happen in a generation:
Lest we forget: back in 1988 the internet was a spam-free file transfer net for big computer corporations and academic departments, modems — remember those? — ran at 2400 bits per second, mobile phones were the same size as bricks, and the Cold War was going to last until 2050, at least. Things have changed, slightly.

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