Many good things, to be sure, but more has been omitted.
Perhaps Kent Pitman expressed it the best:
My only problem with this is that things are ALREADY sped up. What’s the point of running a zillion times faster than the machines of yesteryear, yet still not be willing to sacrifice a dime of it to anything other than doing the same kinds of boring computations that you did before? I want speedups not just to make my same old boring life faster, but to buy me the flexibility to do something I wasn’t willing to do at slower speeds.