verb (used with object), ob·so·let·ed, ob·so·let·ing.
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Traditional kerosene gas refrigerators — which were quickly becoming obsolete — were portable, albeit cumbersome.The secret weapon for distributing a potential covid-19 vaccine|Joanna Radin|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
Without new skills, they risk becoming obsolete and being laid off and replaced by skilled younger workers.We need a G.I. Bill for frontline workers, the heroes of COVID-19|matthewheimer|October 27, 2020|Fortune
They might also render the most common forms of existing digital encryption obsolete.D-Wave unveils its most powerful quantum computer to date|Jeremy Kahn|September 29, 2020|Fortune
As the two-year deadline before third-party cookies are obsolete on Chrome edges closer, ad tech and browser companies are busily proposing privacy-centered replacements so advertising can continue to work on the web.
This is just one example of how an old or obsolete piece of content may be repurposed to keep your content flywheel going.How content consolidation can help boost your rankings|George Nguyen|September 10, 2020|Search Engine Land