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(The Daily Beast)   "Sonny, back in grandpa's day, our computers sat on our desks and we liked them that way." "Wow, grandpa, you really HAVE seen lots of changes in your lifetime"   (thedailybeast.com) divider line 5
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2012-10-11 03:52:17 PM  
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What's with the constant stream of articles railing against PC's? If they are less common, then so be it. Who cares? Are they trying to convince people not to use them? The tech industry knows the stats and certainly doesn't need Yahoo or CNN to tell them. Consumers will buy what they want, for whatever need they want. It's good to have choices. I just built a new PC last month for stock trading and some gaming. I also have a laptop and a smart phone. Whoptie f'in do. Maybe I am just tired from my afternoon slump, but these articles seem to be very pointless to me.
2012-10-11 04:35:50 PM  
1 votes:
Isn't funny how, after protective cases, the most popular accessories for tablets seem to be keyboards?
2012-10-11 03:45:23 PM  
1 votes:
FTFA: "Fans of PCs are far and few between. The former tech giant is heading into a tailspin as consumers snap up tablets and buy less PCs amid sluggish economic conditions."

Hey guys, did you hear? There's this new tech giant out there called PCs!
2012-10-11 03:26:58 PM  
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stuhayes2010: Who uses a (home) PC for anythign other than media storage and a place to back up your smart phone? I can't remember the last time I surfed the net at home or did anyting constructive on my home PC.


People who like real games and responding to obvious trolls being obvious
2012-10-11 03:24:37 PM  
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In my Grandfathers day...the automobile was a rare site, still used gas lamps in the house, hunted small animals with a stick...born 1915...currently 97 1/2 and still going strong!
 
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