As I pointed out a few posts prior, phones stay out in the mud porch when we get home.
And yes, it is very easy living without a phone constantly clamoring for my attention.
I get enough of that at work and the silence is glorious.
Been watching the 60's-70'smuscle market for decades, peak has been hit and is rolling off now. Sure there are younger people that like musclecars but the numbers who can afford them are relativity small as are those interested.
A lot of young people just have no interest in cars or even driving.
Or the difference between software Quake at 320 x 240 x 256 colors vs GLQuake at 640 x 480 x 16 bit.
Newcomers just can't grasp the leap in quality that happened in such a short span of time.
From gaming at 320 x 240 (OR LESS) to 1024 x 768 x 32 bit in the span of 3-4 years effectively.
When Nvidia purchased 3dfx assets they specifically excluded having to provide any driver support for legacy product.
Released or unreleased of course. Why on earth would Nvidia spend any money on driver development on a product that was never released?