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“sometimes technology doesn’t make us more advanced, or intelligent, or make our lives better or faster at all. Sometimes it merely makes us dependent on new, more resource-intensive systems” bram.se/2QyVSoQ

@ramsey Ben, I think it is right in some cases. For example, we have gps (maps, navigation) in our phone but if this phone turns off, when you have to take the real map to hands it could be imposible to some persons to find the correct way "to home" or localize "where am I now" .

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