I came across this relatively unknown midrash this week. Interestingly, it makes reference to relatively recent innovations, which just goes to show that it was written with ruach haKodesh...
Avraham is telling Yitzchak about the new Dell PC he ordered. "It has all the best features. A 21 inch monitor, a DVD-writer, a 200 Gigabyte hard drive, a 3 Gigahertz processor ... and it comes preloaded with the new Windows Vista operating system."
"But father," Yitzchak interjects, "I've heard that unless you have at least a Gig of memory, Windows Vista slows to a crawl, as it keeps swapping memory to disk. Aren't you worried about that?"
Avraham replies: "Don't worry, my son. God will provide the RAM."