Sunday, July 22, 2018

Wessay in Brief 1973B Tech Monsters



Some of today’s technology works like those five-year car batteries that conk out after five years and three weeks. But there’s a difference.

The batteries fail right after the warranty expires but replacing them is relatively inexpensive and happens fast.  The same superior planning goes into today’s major appliances.

It costs a bundle to fix a busted clothes dryer and it takes forever. Often, the problem isn’t even the electronics. It’s the mechanical parts, developed and perfected 100 years ago and im-perfected yesterday.

The full story tomorrow at https://wessays.blogspot.com


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