Lowtech innovation

[Philly mirrored]

Just a link, to demonstrate that lowtech innovation may be more useful straight away than hightech phantoms in bettering our daily lives…: On Wired. Of course [Among a handful of equals]
In the longer term, tables may be turned, though. As per usual.

And, a question on the exit: Was this lowtech innovation, or about the highest one can get? It shouldn’t depend on its deployment, should it ..?


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