Top 5 soon-to-be obsolete technologies

The technology of today that will be in the museums of tomorrow.

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As we all rush to embrace this month's newest, hottest technology, it's easy to forget about the old technology that's being pushed aside. Who among you is holding vigil for the portable CD player or the CRT computer monitor?

Yet, I'm old enough now to remember a time when I couldn't wait to make the jump from my creaky, old Walkman to a shiny, thin portable CD player. In the grand scheme of things, that day was not so very long ago.

Following that same logic, there are hundreds of modern technologies around us today that will be as obsolete tomorrow as the floppy disk is to us today. In this week's Top 5 video , I'm counting down my list of technologies that are soon to be retired.


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