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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 12
Publication Date: 12/1/2007
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ARCHIVE >  December 2007 Issue >  Tech-Op-Ed > 
New Technology Gets Old Too Fast

One of the problems with new technology is that it very quickly becomes old technology. This happens on a daily basis in our industry, and it's all part of the drive to grab market share with that hot new product which may have a market lifespan of 6 months or so. I am chagrined to admit that the teenager down the block is far more up to date than I am. This is hardly surprising. All I have to do is look at the computer hardware I now use...

What a Year It Has Been

As we wind down toward another yearend, it is instructive to look back on what a year it has been. It has been a year of change and major expansion for U.S. Tech with our new e-mailed news bulletins and our ambitious outreach into China with each issue translated into Mandarin and distributed electronically to a huge audience there. It has been a year of innovations and new trade shows all over the world — perhaps too many of them — as we became uncomfortably...

 
 
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