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Don't Panic: Why Technophobes Have Been Getting It Wrong Since Gutenberg

When humans first developed the wheel, there were surely some naysayers who bemoaned the jobs it would eliminate, the unsafe speeds of newfangled carts, or the damage wheels would do to our most cherished relationships. Today, we’re all too familiar with the knee-je…

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