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Yes technology is a mechanical way of communication but I am discussing the human communication element which is extremely lacking these days and it’s just sad that is all. I’m not against technology for understanding and writing articles etc…but to continuously be on facebook and twitter and breaking up with a person on line and so on…it really is just a cold mechanical way of communicating that’s all I am saying.
Update: It seems the 500GB SSD models have gone out of stock recently. In that case, I would suggest the 256GB SSD version coupled with a portable tough drive. If that appears like a lot of hassle, the 1TB HDD drive is also not undesirable. Nevertheless, the SSD drives are typically more quickly and more reputable than the traditional HDDs.
Night Vision toys from the Jakks SpyNet line are toys, not skilled evening-vision binoculars like existing military gear, so the cases are plastic and the technology is much more 1950s Cold War era than cutting-edge – clearly, at this low price – but the cool issue is that these are kids’ toys that truly do work. They do what they are supposed to do, and the cool aspect (for kids 8 and up) is huge.
We usually speak about how brilliant or visionary Steve Jobs was, but there are possibly millions of folks just as brilliant as he was. The difference is that they most likely did not develop up with excellent parents, incredible teachers, and an environment where innovation was the norm. Also they didn’t reside down the street from Steve Wozniak.