Obviously, it didn’t happen overnight, but when your toughest competitors began to employ this new technology, there was no way to pretend your comparatively slow manual assembly line could ever hope to compete. Flash forward to the advent of the microchip and personal computers –

The inevitably ubiquitous nature of these technological advances is exactly what made them “revolutionary”. Industrial revolutions don’t just affect the few companies that have the resources to leverage the new technologies; they affect the entire industry.

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