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I was watching a television show where they were talking about the rapidly improving technology in the world and how it makes things obsolete quite quickly. One of the examples they used was the way music is brought into people's lives. For example, music was first reproduced on records; then there were 8-track tapes, then cassette tapes, then CDs, and now everything is virtually downloaded from "the cloud."

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Doug Stohlberg
Doug Stohlberg has been part of the Hudson Star-Observer since 1973 and has been editor since 1987. He worked at the New Richmond News from 1971 to 1973. He holds a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota.
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