By Michael Kun
At virtually every point in time, we have thought of ourselves as being technologically advanced.
Older readers of this blog will recall the first time they ever saw a calculator. It was the size of a paperback novel, it cost more than $100, and it was spectacular. It was unfathomable that anyone would ever design anything more advanced. Now, you can get a calculator at the checkout stand of your local supermarket for about $2. And you will probably raise a few eyebrows if you buy one, if only because most people have no need for calculators. … Continue Reading