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There are costs, too

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on June 07, 2002 05:39 AM
You have to hire people that have been in the industry for numerous years and call for a large salary and benefits. If you lose them, it is very difficult to replace them with someone who still remembers out-dated technology. Of course, there are the limitations of what you can do with old technology as well. It is called advancement. In every industry, as pointed to in the article, there are dangers with any new item. People that face those dangers are called pioneers and are akin to the people that settled new lands so the less daring could reap the benefits. Just MHO.


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