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"You have to admit that your chip looks a lot like their chip."
"I used to call people, then I got into e-mailing, then texting, and now I just ignore everyone."
WI-FI and HI-FI.
"I can remember when all we needed was someone who could carve and someone who could sew."
"Personally, I'm fine with the concept of self-driving cars."
'This problem has been my life's work. I planned to devote my remainig years to it. It's just been solved in four seconds.'
'Now don't panic. Not everything was erased. We still have loads of data on rainfall, upholstery and jaywalking.'
Mail box has turned into an email center.
'I have millions of answers...how about a few questions.'
'Some of those youngsters have come up with a terrific new idea - feathers.'
'If to err is human, how do you explain this mess?'
'Back in the industrial age, this was, I believe, a steel mill.'
Signs left and right read: High tech/low tech.
"Networks, databases, the internet, the web, where is it all going?" Computer answers - "I haven't made up my mind yet!"
"I know what the 'e' in 'email' stand for...endless."
'What disturbs me most is the growing impersonality of daily life.'
'According to our home computer, we should buy some furniture.'
'It can print information at the rate of 5,600 words per minute. Run a help wanted ad for someone who can read 5,600 words per minute.'
'The beauty of this system is that there are a few small errors programmed into it, which helps to avoid local depersonalization.'
'We must now have the ability to predict many events with much certainty. Unfortunately, most of them are elections.'
'Now that we're completely automated, there's no one to yell at.'
'It goes on to say, 'the fault is not with the hardware. It is you - the software!''
'Sure it's depressing. This thing has a memory of 3 trillion bits, and I can't recall what I had for lunch.'
Orchestra playing to working man.
"And next year's model actually feeds the meter for you..."