The future will be pretty bleak nobody will be able to do anything without a device and when they all go down nobody will know what to do - yes - a bunch of robots learning through a device eventually will all be brain dead
The books aren't going to stop coming off the presses tomorrow. But there's going to be a lot less of them. Corporate management chose to listen to Kendallville supervisory personnel who were saying the 4 web presses were worn out. (Wasn't anything but a pH problem.) So let's invest in 4 ultra-modern presses. Now the banks own the corporation for all practical purposes, and in due time there won't be enough work for those 4 presses unless they look in other directions, meaning work that they don't presently do. Already they've taken a fall from the #3 book manufacturer to #5. Those supervisory personnel responsible for putting the corporation in such a precarious position should be ousted. Frankly, I'm going to enjoy watching the continuing decline. Got rid of my stock when it was still above $17.