Software That's Tailor MadeBy
How is software like a steam engine? At the Smithsonian Institution, there's a huge 1876 engine: beautiful, mechanically perfect--and on the brink of obsolescence the day it was built. Within a few years, steam gave way to smaller, more efficient internal-combustion engines and electric motors.
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