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(GadgetBox)   15 technologies we'll still be using in 2030. List fails without automatic kid ejector for your lawn   (gadgetbox.msnbc.msn.com) divider line 7
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2012-08-12 01:12:13 AM
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2012-08-12 07:25:59 PM
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lucksi: List fails without Fax macines. Don't see them going away either.

/still has a Telex in basement


Actually fax machines made his list of 15 technologies that will be gone , an article that would have been a lot better had it also been titled "15 technologies we'll still be using in 2030".
2012-08-12 11:18:09 AM
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lucksi: List fails without Fax macines. Don't see them going away either.

/still has a Telex in basement


Meh. I've got a high-speed Morse code tape puncher, with a funky German keyboard, and a corresponding tape reader (used to key the transmitter at high speed).
2012-08-12 07:29:16 AM
1 votes:
On the plus side, its really nice to read a media article for once that says that PC's and keyboards aren't going anywhere.
2012-08-12 07:27:38 AM
1 votes:
List fails without Fax macines. Don't see them going away either.

/still has a Telex in basement
2012-08-12 06:44:18 AM
1 votes:
Does my Duke Nukem 3D mouse pad count?
2012-08-11 10:40:42 PM
1 votes:
Chemical rockets.
 
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