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 How does an insurance adjuster place a replacement cost value on an obsolete technology?

Answer It's going to be "as similar like kind and quality" as available. Back in the day, when yours was brand new, how "top of the line" was it? You'd be entitled to approximately the same size, equall... Read More »
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What will replace my obsolete epidiascope?

This is the modern version of the Epidascope: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Document_ca…The benefit is one can edit the images in real-time as well as zoom and alter the image exposure, etc.
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What new technology could make the computer obsolete?

Nothing because everything that a computer does can't be reproduced by anything but technology...Even if some day we do an "Implant" style, Outer Limits system... That would still be a computer.A "... Read More »
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What will replace CD's when they become obsolete?

I think that once the average broadband speed that most people have is much faster, and more people have either PC's or Media hubs with much bigger hard drive, people will be able to download music... Read More »
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Are CDS becoming obsolete?

Well in theory you would think Cd's will probably go away sales have certainly declined dramatically over the years from people downloading mp3, and even because of free music sites like Pandora or... Read More »
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