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In order to do a comparison you need an equal playing field of both items:
-When something no longer exist and when it did, it was in it’s MOST BASIC FORM, how can this be compared to something newer in an age where the other comparison item can be refined with modern tools.
-both items need to be compared in "basic" form and/or "newer" form.
During First Generation times:
-Design ideas were in its infancy, no one was around to give ideas, nothing to compare or even steal from. Everything was simply a shot in the dark.
-Poor hardware, software and even less than 56K modems. Windows 95 !
-Wide range of people with poor > good computers. Good was still crap !
-Load with floppy disc and crud optical media programming, then expected to download patches to bring people together. Transferring data was a nightmare for both sides.
Yet people here want to compare and analyze something from 1999 to something from 2019
Last I'll leave you with this,
Polls: Where are they? How can I vote? Where are they? Have you ever voted? Who gets to vote? What are the parameters? Are they skewed? Are they to benefit one side? ......This makes polls 100 % inaccurate.... Worthless other than with an agenda that REALLY WORKS.
Because of the above a POLL CANT EXIST unless you ask the subjects to "visualize" a modern first generation complete with refinement. We all know the major population can't visualize to make parameters equal.