teoz at neo.rr.com
Thu Nov 4 15:48:31 CDT 2010
While browsing on ebay lately I noticed CPU scrap going for quite a bit of money, for example:
Seems like 486 era chips (ceramic) are getting melted down for gold, and those poor PPros are going to be rare as dodo birds in a decade. Kind of makes me wonder if anything is going to be around from the 90's computer era in a dozen years.
How much of the earlier stuff was saved from melting because gold was only worth $350 an ounce in the booming 90's compared to $1390 in the current depression?
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