I continue to find myself chasing technology, both professionally and personally. Of course, I'm of the generation that remembers physically punching cards for computer data analysis, printers that had little holes on each side so that the continuous feed worked, and traveling with back-up overhead transparencies in case the computer didn't work. I try to keep up, but really there are probably 10 new technology advances that affect me every day.
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