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[CPU] Tomorrow's Tech is Rooted in the Past

I know, you want to believe that the latest is always the greatest - but that's simply not the case.
[CPU] Tomorrow's Tech is Rooted in the Past
By Chris Pirillo • Issue #17 • View online
I know, you want to believe that the latest is always the greatest - but that’s simply not the case. It’s never been the case, either. That newest thing could be just as dull as the slightly-older thing. There are rare exceptions to the rule - bigger is sometimes better (referral). However, you’re probably just as well off keeping your surroundings as primitive as possible. 

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DIY Game Console Kit V2
RFID-Blocking Card Holder
How the Internet Has Changed Bullying
Meet Android's Emoji Designer 
Classic Mac OS Finder
Tech bros who identify as “futurists” are sadly incorrect
Millions of smart TVs in the US are collecting data about you
Sponsor: AKiTiO eGPU over Thunderbolt 3, PCIe Expansion, RAID Storage
Shady Marketplaces Selling Fake Facebook Profiles Operate In Plain Sight
E-Waste Offers an Economic Opportunity as Well as Toxicity
In Immigration Fight, Silicon Valley Must Stop Feigning Neutrality
Inside the creepy startup developing AI that can recognize anyone, anywhere
Google Is Building a City of the Future in Toronto. Would Anyone Want to Live There?
This wild, AI-generated film is the next step in “whole-movie puppetry”
Tanzania’s strict new internet laws are driving content creators offline
Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras
Tech savvy drug users are relying on Apple Watch and Fitbit to keep them safe during cocaine binges
The AI revolution has spawned a new chips arms race
Plugspreading is an abomination and it must end today
Trump’s tariffs on Chinese tech exports worry Silicon Valley
When the Science Nerds Get Ignored, Very Bad Things Happen
Digital Artist painstakingly recreates Childish Gambino's 'This is America' on an ancient Macintosh SE
Technology is Not Always Your Friend
“I thought 'tech' was the good guys?”
If Videogames and Apps Are Addictive, Should Designers Worry about Liability?
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