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Why Am I Skeptical?
This brief piece refers to a Digital Rosetta Stone, but given the description I don't get a warm fuzzy that this will be around in 1000 years, as predicted. What happens if it gets wet? Is in an earthquake? An elephant eats it?
Posted on July 08, 2009 at 11:42 AM in Technology Promise and Perils | Permalink
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