eBay and online auctions

From: John Higginbotham <higginbo_at_netpath.net>
Date: Wed Jan 28 17:26:20 1998

At 07:35 PM 1/28/98 GMT, you wrote:

>A friend is heavily into classic cars; he says a car depreciates
>typically until it hits a low at about 13 years, after which its'
>value rises. Computers probably do the same pattern although the time
>probably varies. The trick is to know when the machine hits bottom and
>which will go up from there. (If it climbs slowly, there's no hurry)

Not anymore. There's no way all these Pentium systems out today will ever
be worth anything, at least not in 13 years, IMHO. Maybe in about 30 years,
when most have been destroyed will they be truly worth something as an

-John Higginbotham-
Received on Wed Jan 28 1998 - 17:26:20 GMT

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