Today, it came to my attention that a LINUX computer, priced between $25–35, is now available. This computer is called the Raspberry Pi.
It sure looks like computing is going to take on a whole new dimension in the coming years. No longer are there going to be significant financial barriers to acquisition, meaning they will be everywhere and clusters of extremely cheap computers will add yet another dimension to cloud computing.
I think this will mean that computer technical skills are going to eventually be synonymous to literacy. Surely computers and computing will continue to evolve at a feverish pace, eliminating much of the unnecessary human toil.
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