Picking up what's in the shape of a tongue, unless you prefer to refer to pens that were tongue-shaped, I do what's less than no matter, which I'll henceforth call anti-matter, and then look at what doesn't move by itself.
The background is important to think about if we have something that we will be looking at while thinking; motion that is perfectly machine like, or what is picture like that changes in a fashion that can be called smooth, are both perfectly mesmerising. Putting one and two together, we do wonder how people with the Rolls Royce of computers managed to stay awake at work at all.
Ensuring that no employee sees fit to complain about their employer is the first job of a business who wants an impeccable image associated with their brand. The only signs of anything wrong come from one who was part of the microcomputer revolution, who we have to say deserves credit for the advent of drivers.
The drivers that called for a mathematician programmer to kick off an operating system were to control custom-manufactured drives reminiscent of turntables that worked with a stylus. As everyone seemed to be 'doing it,' we do wonder how this 'memory' seems so vague.
Tape drives with counters, I gather, only occurred to someone after the 'cmos rom' had been established.
I add these facts simply to help with the building of a picture, that preceded everyone jumping into the air at once, saying 'we done it!'
Keeping my interest on the screen may require me to take to a bit of mesmerism, myself; but even if we use 'cryptographically strong' random numbers we do take note of the energy input.
Because we haven't 'thrown the towel' on the matter of efficiency.