☛ Washington Post: “A gadget’s life: From gee-whiz to junk”, graphic by Alicia Parlapiano / The Washington Post, January 10, 2011 (©). Flash is required. About the general idea behind this project: Web-connected and 3-D TVs are the buzz at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but it hasn’t even been that long since TV went […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on January 20, 2011 ― Published in Communication, Technology | Tagged: cellphone, data visualization, diffusion, gadget, history, innovation, lifetime, obsolescence, Rogers, statistics
In the light of the WikiLeak affair, it could be argued that “information wants to be free” is a misguiding statement for at least two reasons.