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    AscotEggs commented  · 

    For those pernickety folk
    Eyes dimmed by modernity
    And time
    Struggle now with teensy-tiny
    Devices Newer than the bearer
    Too one day share that fate

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    AscotEggs commented  · 

    Have reached the limit of compatible software upgrades--OS 11--but have no need to update. Mr Thomas comments touch one of the core problems faced by technology and modernity and goes against the essential principle that Proton states as a core belief-- digital freedom.

    "...The application of planned obsolescence to thought itself has the same merit as its application to consumer goods; the new is not only shoddier than the old, it fuels an obsolete social system that staves off its replacement by manufacturing the illusion that it is perpetually new."
    Russell Jacoby, Social Amnesia, (1975) p. xvii

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