Oral Health Group

Change – Why are our days numbered and not, say, lettered?

March 6, 2011
by ken

“Innovation–the heart of the knowledge economy–is fundamentally social.”

Malcolm Gladwell speaks at PopTech! 2008 confe...

Image via Wikipedia

By Benj Edwards from PCMAG.com
New technology has been killing off older technology since the dawn of mankind. Thanks to irrepressible human ingenuity, we’re always inventing newer and better ways to do things, which makes those older methods fade into history. Even in the lifetimes of teenagers today, we’ve witnessed the obsolescence of many tools and devices that people relied on for decades. In the slideshow ahead,you’ll find ten of them.

Enhanced by Zemanta

Print this page


Have your say:

Your email address will not be published.