!pUC84MAgHA 01/07/09(Wed)22:54:11 No.2687956|
Futureguy, you're interested in stuff around the turn of the century
and our people and stuff, so I'll tell you what I know.
obvious, our technology is not anywhere near as nice as what you've got
to work with, hell, you probably wonder how we live without gadgets X,
Y, and Z from your time. But actually, it's not too bad. Right now, I'm
running on a new computer (manufactured by Gateway, running Windows
Vista 64 bit, 6 GB RAM, 640 GB HD, quad core processor, high standard
GFX card for our day). I've read somewhere that the number of cores in
computers is going to increase dramatically in the coming years, and
that personal supercomputers will become a reality. Any word on this?
are still a lot of non-technologically savvy people in our day. Meaning
that they don't know how to turn on a computer, or connect to the
internet. My grandfather doesn't even know what the internet is, and my
mom only started to use computers regularly in 2002. I'm interested in
video game design as a career path, since I feel as if it's going to be
a field that will become much more mainstream in the future.
I own a computer from 1999 that has the processing power that is less than a phone ten years later.
I play keyboard for this band, Mantle. I was wondering what the instruments of your time are?
I can answer any questions you have about modern music, gaming, computers or anything like that.