Personal Computing

by Tyrone Shulaises

THE Apollo-era, Saturn V rocket
operated with less raw computing power
than the average desktop calculator.

30 years later, the average American has,
upon his own desktop,
equipment sophisticated enough to calculate
the telemetry of an ICBM missle operating
at well over Mach 5 over its 9 to 12 thousand mile track.

With so much power at your disposal,
you must have the chubby to end all chubbies.

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