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  • #16
    Now we're talking. Good reply Mr. Pritchard. D

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    • #17
      You receive knowledge when someone tells you to do something. You receive understanding when that person explains why to do something the way it's been told to do.

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      • #18
        Ok, back to the original post subject. I admit it is a very difficult to choose which times are better.

        Many of the forum members can only read about the pens, pencils, books and paper era in history books. Oh wait; there are no history books, but at least they can read about those times on Wikipedia.

        In retrospect, this was really an unfair question. The reason is that you actually had to LIVE it yourself, experience it wholly in the actual times of the epoch.

        Alas, the question of this post will continue to fade as time goes by as hard material like ink on real paper heads to the fate of extinction after a epic run. But it may bring up another question! What will eventually lead to the extinction of pure electronic communication? The end.

        The end!?!?

        D Ink Man

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        • #19
          Damn it's been so long since I held a pen lol. Though I am nostalgic about the times when lives were simpler and we used what we got "between our ears", life right now is not so bad. All thanks to the internet!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by D Ink Man View Post
            What will eventually lead to the extinction of pure electronic communication?
            Streaming information straight to our brains.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by AC Prepress View Post

              Streaming information straight to our brains.

               

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              • #22
                Dear Ink Man,

                look into the sun and have fun:
                https://youtu.be/2m7szptyYPY

                Ulrich

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                • #23
                  As the unintentional Zen Master Yogi Berra once said: “The future ain’t what it used to be.”

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Ulrich View Post
                    Dear Ink Man,

                    look into the sun and have fun:
                    https://youtu.be/2m7szptyYPY

                    Ulrich
                    I don't want to become blinded by the light.

                    But I do like George Jetson. Didn't he have a friend named Barney Rubble?

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                    • #25
                      Sorry, i failed. I did not want to blind your eyes, i just wanted to lead your attention to more „shining“ thoughts about this post topic than „Extinction“ and „The End“ to warm up your soul a little bit, because I owe you not only thankfully respect for your great and always straight engagement on this planet, but also i am sorry to find you and your thoughts in such a dark mood, so I was just trying to push you back to a more humoristic view.

                      As far as I know, George Jetson and Barney Rubble from the flintstones are creatures from the Hanna/Barbera Studio which once was moved obviously by thoughts like What Were / Are Better Times?

                      Ulrich
                      Last edited by Ulrich; 10-17-2018, 01:20 AM.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Ulrich View Post
                        Sorry, i failed. I did not want to blind your eyes, i just wanted to lead your attention to more „shining“ thoughts about this post topic than „Extinction“ and „The End“ to warm up your soul a little bit, because I owe you not only thankfully respect for your great and always straight engagement on this planet, but also i am sorry to find you and your thoughts in such a dark mood, so I was just trying to push you back to a more humoristic view.

                        As far as I know, George Jetson and Barney Rubble from the flintstones are creatures from the Hanna/Barbera Studio which once was moved obviously by thoughts like What Were / Are Better Times?

                        Ulrich
                        Ulrich, I do not have a dark mood about the past, present or future. I can only present what I have lived, where I am at and perhaps where mankind is going. In my mind I am just being a realist based on the time I have spent on this wonderful planet of ours.

                        D Ink Man

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                        • #27
                          I miss the days of the scribes. Print made us stupid.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Danny Whitehead View Post
                            I miss the days of the scribes. Print made us stupid.
                            Dinosaurish, too way back for my taste. Hieroglyphics makes me walk like an Egyptian

                            Gutenberg, Senefelder and Durer were more in the time frame when I was born. Enough Art and Science from these fellows for the world to swallow.

                            Color TV is OK too. Stop right there.

                            D
                            Last edited by D Ink Man; 10-17-2018, 07:03 PM.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by D Ink Man View Post
                              ...The day when you mostly utilized electronic devices for communication and knowledge, with little matter what exists between your ears?...
                              I don't know about that. Some of this software we use for electronic communication is pretty damn complicated, takes a genius to figure out what button does what. Or I'm just that stupid.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Keith View Post

                                I don't know about that. Some of this software we use for electronic communication is pretty damn complicated, takes a genius to figure out what button does what. Or I'm just that stupid.
                                They are devices of the devil. Mankind shall suffer ultimately. You need the vision to comprehend.

                                D

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