Monday, June 28, 2004

News Analysis - More than Moore: How Hardware Has Opened the Door to a New Era in Personal Content

Today's PC is a pretty darn reliable appliance with tons of processing power and oodles of storage that's being eaten up by only the most aggressive gamers and downloaders. For everyone else the PC is beginning to resemble a marvelously oversized parking lot, waiting for content to show up that's just not being produced in enough quantity for personal use by enterprises and publishers. That's likely to change as tools and marketing methods begin to fill the void left by comparatively sparing office automation and enterprise software. Will content producers take advantage of the increasing power of personal computing or continue to live in a server-centric world? There are fears that go along with the opportunities, but one thing's for sure - the hardware's not going away.
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