Technology Is Meaningless Unless It Changes the Way We Behave
This is one of my favorite phrases. But I should really say it differently. I often ask my readers to substitute the word “tool” for the word “technology.” Tool sounds more accessible and less wonky. Either word works here.
I also need to qualify this phrase — necessity is the mother of invention. Just because it doesn’t change behavior on a mass scale doesn’t mean that the new tool doesn’t solve a problem — it just means that unless the problem is common to a fairly large or financially significant audience — as an investor, business person or general consumer, it is not something you need to pay much attention to.
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