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September 26, 2010

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Pat

I completely agree with you that our rate of progress in nanotechnology is pretty amazing. I grew up in the 90s and I always used to marvel at how my game boy could produce an image on its greenish-black screen. Now we've got ipods and other hand held game devices that have chips powerful enough to present full-color, realistic graphics. Just one of the many areas in which the size decrease, and power increase, of computer chips is readily apparent.

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