Computers – Weekend Writing Prompt

obsolete by c e ayr

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Computers

I stare at my laptop in mounting frustration.
I spent my entire working life in Information Technology.
Everything I ever learned is painfully obsolete.

 

 

 

 

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12 Responses to Computers – Weekend Writing Prompt

  1. I suppose I ought to say farewell to my abacus.

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  2. The latest technology changes so fast. Very frustrating.

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  3. Bill says:

    “Everything I ever learned.” Oh, dear me. Enjoyed the voice and reading.

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  4. Bill says:

    “Everything I ever learned.” Oh, dear me.

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  5. Dear CE,

    Remember when a computer took up an entire room? Now you can hold it in your hand #oyvey #wellsaid

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • ceayr says:

      My first serious job was with an IBM 1401 2nd generation m/c, before the 360.
      It was bigger than a really big thing and faster that a really fast thing – we thought!
      It was the first computer I had ever seen apart from on Doctor Who.

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