go the way of the dodo

go the way of the dodo

 and go the way of the horse and buggy
Fig. to become extinct; to become obsolete. The floppy disc has gone the way of the horse and buggy.
See also: dodo, of, way
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Catholic schools in Ontario could go the way of the dodo bird as in Quebec and Newfoundland if well-meaning Catholics, parents, teachers, and trustees allow this sham to continue.
Regular phone lines are about to go the way of the dodo, thanks in part to Speakeasy Voice Over IP, a phone service provider delivering crystal-clear communication via your existing DSL connection.
Commissioner David Stern's best bragging point could soon go the way of the dodo bird, Marv Albert's broadcasting career and NBA short shorts.
The smell of fresh-baked bread or sizzling onions may soon go the way of the dodo in some American kitchens.
Without content, hosted applications, or other value-adds, smaller providers are likely to go the way of the Dodo.