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computer age

noun
1.
the period in modern history characterized by computer use and development and its effects on all aspects of life.
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Examples for computer age
  • Many people thought that pencils would become obsolete in the computer age, yet sales continue to grow.
  • It was built to train human machines for the pre-computer age.
  • Even building blocks have gotten a new spin for the computer age.
  • Supermechanical brings craftsmanship into the computer age.
  • Writing may have indeed changed in the computer age, but the reasons have little to do with the means of composition.
  • In the beginning of the personal computer age, many executives were appalled at the low quality of sales help.
  • Equally important is the band's mortal imperfection, which provides an apt expression of personal angst in the computer age.
  • There is broad agreement that moving patient records into the computer age is essential to improving care and curbing costs.
  • How correction fluid stays fresh in the computer age.
  • In our computer age, a more centralized source of information on side effects would benefit doctors and patients alike.

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