Monday, February 2, 2009

10 Years Ago Today

I realize that most of you were probably playing with stuffed animals 10 years ago, but this post courtesy of the Technology Liberation Front is especially poignant to me as it was approximately 10 years ago that I hooked up to the Internet via a 56.6k dial-up modem that, at the time, I thought was blazingly fast.  

This quick scan of the technology landscape 10 years ago really hammers home the impact of Moore's Law on the ubiquity of information communications technology in today's digital world.

1 comment:

ben b said...

I still remember (very vividly) a time when it took me 10+ tries to dial-up to the internet via AT&T. And if it had rained in the last hour, forget about it.