24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part one).

This is true across the board. For many tasks, computers I used during the 1980s were much faster (especially once fully booted) than the exact same tasks I do now — that’s true even though on paper, many of the machines I use now are literally a million times faster.

I could compose and send an email faster in 1989 than I can now. What in the hell. Sometimes, I wish we’d never let normal people have computers or the internet.