Star Trek Predicts The Future Again...

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Star Trek Predicts The Future Again...

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Post by deek »

Very interesting use of a "thin client" methodology.

And it is certainly in line with my future prediction of everyone having a powerful cell phone/computer instead of desktops and laptops...
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when they can replicate food and have it taste good... then I'll be impressed.
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Post by =^-..-^= »

anderson wrote:when they can replicate food and have it taste good... then I'll be impressed.
Skool lunch programs are getting closer on this. . . .
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