OT: Hardware opinions sought

Anne Wilson cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Wed Apr 12 16:17:25 UTC 2006

On Wednesday 12 April 2006 17:10, Craig McLean wrote:
> They said the same about I.T when I started in the early 1990's. I
> disagreed then, and still do.
> The rapid pace of change is often considered to be something that only
> young people can cope with, but that's not true. Nor is the assumption
> that innovation *only* comes from youth.

As long as employers believe that, too  ;-)

> Tech-led industries are realising (as all other industries have) that
> experience is invaluable. As in all other things, we stand upon the
> shoulders of giants.
> I'm sure that your grandson's chosen field will prove the same. CG isn't
> going away. It's not just the videogame market, but the film and TV
> industries, advertising, marketing and, more and more, the internet
> (think "flash" demos, intro pages and web-games). There are probably a
> thousand other applications that we can't even imagine yet.
> >  He's very keen to do it,
> > though, so he deserves our backing.
> Hear, hear!

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