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I don't believe I'll be following any advice provided here for multiple reasons.
the author of this article says everyone will be paying bills online in a few more years. Yeah right. I know a whole bunch of people over 60 that will not use computers for any reason. How will the author force march these people to use any technology? Granted, the amount of mail will drop, but it will not disappear as this author seems to think. The Post office still processes around 550 million pieces of mail a day. This author seems to think everyone loves the digital age and embraces it. Sorry to burst your bubble mega-bit breath.
This is the ONLY article that has said the Xbox 720 will be released in the summer. I'm a gamer, and this guy claims to be one, but apparently he doesn't know his stuff.
PS4 is getting revealed today. Revealed and released are two different words. Look them up.
The Xbox 720 isn't going to be REVEALED until E3 (unless Microsoft changes that), which is close to summer. Revealed and Released are two different things. My bet is PS4 and/or Xbox 720 won't be RELEASED until holiday 2013 at the earliest. I'm also betting PS4 slightly before Xbox 720 due to the fact that PS4 is being revealed today. That indicates they are possibly further along.
This guy really needs to check his facts.
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