The current state of computer displays

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Also via Blackbeltjones' links comes a post on Smart Mobs about future flexible computer displays. It links to a long Military & Aerospace Electronics article on the state of displays in the military: try to use off-the-shelf LCDs; cutting these to the required size is cheaper than having custom LCDs made; large organic LED (OLED) displays are a few years off.

The Smart Mobs post also links to a post on Roland Piquepaille's Technology Trends weblog which summarises the military article and another. Looks like an interesting weblog, and I can't help thinking there's a lot of wasted effort around in me summarising a post that summarises a post that summarises some articles...

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As blogger for smartmobs.com, I can tell you that the effort to post this on your blog is truly appreciated. It is also mutually beneficial, as it directs your readers to our site, and smartmobs readers find out about your blog when they look at the trackbacks at the bottom of the smartmobs post. A hearty thanks to bloggers like you who keep up enthusiasm and interest in these technological/social topics. Your efforts are appreciated, and not wasted!

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