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Br@ndon July 8th, 2013 4:45pm

When a technology goes obsolete do you move on or still use the obsolete tech ?

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elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
07/08/13 12:14 pm

I don't immediately run out & buy latest & greatest if that's the question. My iPod 4 Gen will be "obsolete" when new iOS released. I "upgraded" to iPod Touch 5 Gen & will get 6 Gen when it comes out. Only because Hubby wanted my iPod & doesn't care

elianastar Gab.ai FreeSpeech
07/08/13 12:17 pm

about new apps or tech. We'll use oldest iPod for music in car, he'll get this iPod, & both will stay w/what we have as long as possible. When too many new apps I want won't run on latest iOS I can run, will consider next upgrade. Functional? Good!

ebailey1218 Over The Rainbow
07/08/13 10:49 am

I called my power company today and their automated recording said "if you are calling from a rotary phone..." WHO DA %*^# has a rotary phone still hahahhaahah

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bridget625
07/08/13 10:02 am

Depends on the technology... I still like taking notes with pen and paper or reading books in print, but I definitely don't check my beeper or have a land-line phone.

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kilokalex Sanity is for the weak
07/08/13 9:56 am

Warranty is out on the old one time to tweak it.

bballard92 taste the rainbow
07/08/13 9:52 am

Unless it's one of those situations where the new isn't any better or even worse than the original, I'm probably going to move on. I'm a product of the technological era, what can I say?

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