History Main / LongRunnerTechMarchesOn

22nd Jul '16 3:09:36 PM tadaru
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* In most ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' games, the a modern Nintendo console will be featured. The only real inversion of this is in the remakes ''[[PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', which feature an UsefulNotes/{{NES}} (as opposed to the original games which featured a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}}, which was the newest main Nintendo console at the time the game was released in Japan).

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* In most ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' games, the a modern latest Nintendo console will be featured. The only real inversion of this is in the remakes ''[[PokemonRedAndBlue ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', which feature an UsefulNotes/{{NES}} (as opposed to the original games which featured a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}}, which was the newest main Nintendo console at the time the game was released in Japan).Japan). This happens despite remakes which in theory take place at the same time the originals did (for instance, ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' feature the UsefulNotes/Nintendo64 but the remakes feature the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}). In the case of ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'', it took place chronologically ''before'' the ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'', yet had a newer console (the UsefulNotes/GameCube).
22nd Jul '16 3:04:24 PM tadaru
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* In most ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' games, the a modern Nintendo console will be featured. The only real inversion of this is in the remakes ''[[PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', which feature an UsefulNotes/{{NES}} (as opposed to the original games which featured a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}}, which was the newest main Nintendo console at the time the game was released in Japan).

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* In most ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' games, the a modern Nintendo console will be featured. The only real inversion of this is in the remakes ''[[PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', which feature an UsefulNotes/{{NES}} (as opposed to the original games which featured a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}}, which was the newest main Nintendo console at the time the game was released in Japan).
22nd Jul '16 3:04:05 PM tadaru
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* In most ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' games, the a modern Nintendo console will be featured. The only real inversion of this is in the remakes ''[[PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', which feature an UsefulNotes/{{NES}} (as opposed to the original games which featured a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}}, which was the newest main Nintendo console at the time the game was released in Japan).
21st Jul '16 10:40:24 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* The 2016 revival of The Powerpuff Girls turns the girls' hotline into a cordless phone and an app on their individual smart phones.

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* The [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls2016 2016 revival revival]] of The Powerpuff Girls turns the girls' hotline into a cordless phone and an app on their individual smart phones.
8th Jul '16 4:54:47 PM Merlyn_LeRoy
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** The manga has a particularly hard time of this, due to suffering from an extreme case of ComicBookTime. The series has ran since 1994 for about two decades, but WordOfGod claims that only a few months passed in the story. (There's a lot of trouble with that statement, including the number of holidays we've seen, and the changing of the seasons.) Either way, the widespread use of cellphones and personal computers became adapted into the stories concurrently, which created some interesting problems. An early episode had a lunchbox-sized portable fax-machine qualify as an awesome gadget, while a more recent episode had a writer's lack of familiarity with cellphones used as proof that he hadn't left his attic in years. And canonically, those two incidents were - at most - 3 months apart.

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** The manga has a particularly hard time of this, due to suffering from an extreme case of ComicBookTime. The series has ran run since 1994 for about two decades, but WordOfGod claims that only a few months passed in the story. (There's a lot of trouble with that statement, including the number of holidays we've seen, and the changing of the seasons.) Either way, the widespread use of cellphones and personal computers became adapted into the stories concurrently, which created some interesting problems. An early episode had a lunchbox-sized portable fax-machine qualify as an awesome gadget, while a more recent episode had a writer's lack of familiarity with cellphones used as proof that he hadn't left his attic in years. And canonically, those two incidents were - at most - 3 months apart.
31st May '16 7:04:24 AM DesertDragon
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* Cerebro, the mutant-detecting computer from ComicBook/XMen, first appeared in the '60s using punch-cards and tape drives. It has wildly fluctuated in both appearance and capabilities throughout the years before the comics settled on the device's movie portrayal: a hollow ball-shaped room.

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* Cerebro, the mutant-detecting computer from ComicBook/XMen, first appeared in the '60s using punch-cards and tape drives. It has wildly fluctuated in both appearance and capabilities throughout the years before the comics settled on everyone just went with the device's movie portrayal: portrayal in the movies, a hollow ball-shaped room.
31st May '16 7:03:22 AM DesertDragon
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* Cerebro, the mutant-detecting computer from ComicBook/XMen, first appeared in the '60s using punch-cards and tape drives. It has wildly fluctuated in both appearance and capabilities throughout the years before settling on the ball-shaped room made popular in the movies.

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* Cerebro, the mutant-detecting computer from ComicBook/XMen, first appeared in the '60s using punch-cards and tape drives. It has wildly fluctuated in both appearance and capabilities throughout the years before settling the comics settled on the device's movie portrayal: a hollow ball-shaped room made popular in the movies.room.
20th Apr '16 4:36:15 PM JMQwilleran
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* The young ''Literature/AmeliaBedelia'' are a prequel to the original ''Amelia Bedelia'' franchise, but don't try to pretend as though they're set in the time period that would actually fit the Amelia Bedelia seen in the original books. ''Amelia Bedelia'' on the Job shows Amelia Bedelia's father working on a laptop, even though personal computers didn't even exist during the 1960s time period in which the books with the adult Amelia Bedelia were first published.
25th Mar '16 4:33:02 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''WanderingSon'' began in the early years of TheNoughties, which was a fast paced decade for technology, thus this is inevitable for a SliceOfLife. For example, early on few characters had cellphones but recently most characters do. There's also a case of TechnologyMarchesOn where in the manga, in a volume that came out in 2006, two characters record their voice using a tape recorder. Cut to the 2011 anime adaptation and the scene is changed to them using their cellphones instead. The series barely takes place within 6 years so far, so it seems a bit realistic compared to other examples.

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* ''WanderingSon'' ''Manga/WanderingSon'' began in the early years of TheNoughties, which was a fast paced decade for technology, thus this is inevitable for a SliceOfLife. For example, early on few characters had cellphones but recently most characters do. There's also a case of TechnologyMarchesOn where in the manga, in a volume that came out in 2006, two characters record their voice using a tape recorder. Cut to the 2011 anime adaptation and the scene is changed to them using their cellphones instead. The series barely takes place within 6 years so far, so it seems a bit realistic compared to other examples.
24th Mar '16 10:47:01 AM Dvandemon
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* The 2016 revival of The Powerpuff Girls turns the girls' hotline into a cordless phone and an app on their individual smart phones.
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