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What has happened since DNF was announced

Posted on Saturday, June 17 2006 @ 20:07:17 CEST by


When checking out what's new on Digg.com I came across this funny site.

They take a look at what has happened since Duke Nukem Forever was announced in April 1997.

Some funny facts:
  • In 1997, the fastest consumer Internet connection was a 33.6 kbps modem. On average, consumer Internet connections are 300 times faster today.
  • When Duke Nukem Forever was announced, the fastest processor available to consumers was a 233Mhz Pentium. Since then the clock speed of consumer processors has increased over 16 times (32 times counting dual cores), and the fabrication process has decreased from 250nm to 65nm.
  • In October of 2001, Apple announced the iPod and Slashdot dismissed it as an immediate failure. Since then there have been 5 generations of iPods, as well as the iPod Mini, iPod Shuffle, and iPod Nano with 42 million iPods sold worldwide as of 1/06.




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