Function meets purpose.
Nullius in Verba
Just picture this...
World Cup Final (football/soccer)
England vs Brazil
Packed pub in the centre of London
The score is tied at 1-1
5 minutes to go
The ref awards England a penalty
David Beckham steps up to (miss?) give England their first World Cup since
1966 (lest we forget)
You can feel the collective heartbeat of the crowd as they focus their
attention on the telev.....
I feel this product will be used more for evil that it will for good!
Michael Bartlett said:
>> I feel this product will be used more for evil that it will for
You could apply the old argument:
Beer bottles, chairs, tables and windows don't kill people.
People kill people...
i.e. It's not the technology's fault. It's what people do with it.
Maybe the device should only be given to qualified Jedi knights..?
*irony moment* Hey, would they show this on the home shopping network?
On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 04:38:32 -0400, Listera <listera at rcn.com> wrote:
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> Function meets purpose.
> Nullius in Verba
This is fantastic. Who said technology can't solve humanity's problems? :)