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Relief 1 weeks ago
#28 on the screen is something more important --- napster! :D
       
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Dennis 1 weeks ago
In 1988, I paid $320 for a 40 megabyte hard drive. Not gigabyte, not terabyte, MEGAbyte. Having that hard drive was considered total luxury.
       
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Brenda 1 weeks ago
Dennis, In 1998 I got a 10gb drive for about $350 and all my friends thought I would never be able to fill it up. I also had 2x 233 mhz mmx cpu's with 256mb of ram and they thought it was pointless.
       
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Gerhardt 1 weeks ago
#28 - Winamp is still my defacto player that I used on all my PCs, still best player to date.
       
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Simon 1 weeks ago
#21 Jacquie Lawson is still alive and making those cards!
       
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Simon 1 weeks ago
Anybody remember the CueCat? That was a high profile flop. How about Limewire? Prodigy? CompuServe? (CompuServe's actually still around, but now it's owned by Yahoo.)
       
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Duncan 1 weeks ago
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