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  • Commented on Books I've written
    A question that has been running around in my head: which of your books do you consider to fundamentally written in your style, and what would characterize it? I'll explain, a large part of your books you deliberatly wrote in...
  • Commented on The permanent revolution
    A not-so-often recognized reason why the steam engine of the Greeks and the ones from the industrial revolution are different is materials technology. Making materials efficient for a given task, like channelling pressure or not breaking on high temperatures, is...
  • Commented on The permanent revolution
    My point of view is that technological change per se is unimportant. It's only when it has a significant social impact that it is important. And we did get a number of them in the last century, you can cite...
  • Commented on Boskone 50
    I would tend to say that both Internet and the cellphone have been cultural-level singularities. They changed the way the society worked, at least in my west-european corner of the universe. And it looks like it's changing things everywhere else...
  • Commented on Things that keep me awake at night #1: The end of telephony
    Caller pays is, for all intents and practices, going away, at least in France. You can get unlimited voice, unlimited sms, and effectively unlimited data[1] for E20/month. And no additional charge for calling mobiles. So as long as you stay...
  • Commented on Things that keep me awake at night #1: The end of telephony
    Caller pays is, for all intents and practices, going away, at least in France. You can get unlimited voice, unlimited sms, and effectively unlimited data[1] for E20/month. And no additional charge for calling mobiles. So as long as you stay...
  • Commented on Status update
    I don't have a g+ account/profile, so let's see how signing-in with google does in that case... OG....
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