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  • Ending the Depression through Planned Obsolescence London, 161–162


  • In 1932, a real estate broker named Bernard London who wanted to play his part in stimulating the economy distributed his now infamous pamphlet called Ending the Depression through Planned Obsolescence.


  • Sure enough, OS Upgrades = the new Planned Obsolescence.

    Rotten Apples

  • Obsolescence: outliving your youthfulness within the family you have created.

    Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons

  • Obsolescence alert: There's a PC Card slot from in lieu of the newer ExpressCard plus a serial port.

    Wired Top Stories

  • These companies and now PennDOT, which fixes and refixes, modifies and improves, should be re-named Planned Obsolescence Incorporated.

    Pennsylvania's Signs of Spring

  • The mags seem to want to be the old guard, which is Planned Obsolescence on a grand scale.

    SF Mag Circulation Declining

  • In 1955 the…wondered: Frankel, “Obsolescence and Technological Change in a Maturing Economy,” American Economic Review 45, 3, 296–319, 1955.

    The Nature of Technology

  • From Scott Karp's Publishing 2.0 article, Bookstores Begin Slow Descent Into Obsolescence: "The bookstore has been replaced by the Web as the place of wonder, and there's no turning back."

    August 2007

  • Obsolescence is an essential part of technological growth.

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