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Paul Giguere

Hi Brooks,

There is a theory that helps explain the adoption of technological innovation called The Diffusion of Innovations Theory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffusion_of_innovations

I particularly like the adopter categories:

- Innovators
- Early Adopters
- Early Majority
- Late Majority
- Laggards



Glenn C. Riffey

Brooks, I can understand what you mean and I'm one of whom you speak. My cell phone is five years old. My DSLR is a Nikon D50, still love it. My computer is one that came out when Windows XP was first offered. The only thing new that I have is Photoshop Elements_9.

I'm the I.T. manager where I work and I know the value of good equipment. I only buy what is needed when it is needed and not because it is something new. That's just the way that I am... :-)

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