Wednesday, August 29, 2012

On dinosaurs


The way of information,
has made its way no less,
from very large to very small;
remarkable success.
Computers were enormous,
full filling up a room,
a dinosaur of science;
condemned to final doom.
And yet within the dying,
new forms were brought to birth,
as time reduced the size of them;
maintained intrinsic worth.

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DINOSAUR 
1: any of a group (Dinosauria) of extinct often very large chiefly terrestrial carnivorous or herbivorous reptiles of the Mesozoic era
2: any of various large extinct reptiles (as ichthyosaurs) other than the true dinosaurs
3: one that is impractically large, out-of-date, or obsolete

7 comments:

  1. Amazing how much that science has changed, isn't it?

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  2. funny to think that even computers can now be relegated to being dinos. For me it was first the typewriters. My old one which just fascinates my two little boys.

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  3. I was waiting for someone to do this theme. You did it beautifully.

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  4. I like the fact that a computer can be a dinosaur. Last week's model is already obsolete! Very nice poem.

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  5. It's amazing how fast technology advances! :)

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  6. It's an interesting idea, how quickly science can become outmoded. Nice take on the prompt. Thanks for linking up. Please come back tomorrow for the new challenge.

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