Planned Obsolescence Becoming Obsolete

Planned Obsolescence Becoming Obsolete
Dan Gould
  • 27 august 2008

For a long time, planned obsolescence has been a sad fact of technological life. Most machines are only designed to have a limited life span, then scrapped and replaced with a newer model. However, signs are showing up that signal a reversal of this trend.

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