Jules Richardson wrote on "Digital Archaeology of the Microcomputer, 1974-1994

William Donzelli wdonzelli at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 09:12:58 CST 2007

>     But Jules, I doubt much of we have today will be a "collectible".
> Computers has no more soul, what differs a dell from a compaq notebook? A pc
> from another? I don't think there will be so much collectables. You save a
> 11/750, a macintosh 128, something like that because they have soul, they
> have so much connected with you. But what connections we have to a PC
> nowadays?

They will become collectable and historically significant. Everything
does, technical or not. It is like a bus sized boulder rolling down a
mountain - you can not stop it.


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