Features

Technology Links

Confused about Technology? Ask Dr. Stupid!

“memberstripodcomdr(http://members.tripod.com/~Dr_J_Stupid/)”

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Hey! Kid-proof guns! Gee, is there an amendment against this?

“wwwcoltcomcolthtml(http://www.colt.com/colt/html/k1_positionpaper.html)”

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Now this is GOOD technology, the lovable Lava Lamp…

“oozinggoocom(http://oozinggoo.com/)”

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For those of you not born with it, strap it on!

“wwwstraponcom(http://www.strapon.com/)”

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IMHO, the greatest feat of technology ever, the electric guitar.

“web2siedulemelsong(http://web2.si.edu/lemelson/guitars/)”

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Fed up with tech? Think the Unabomber had some good points? You mightbe a Luddite. Find out here.

“wwwusersyorkacuks(http://www-users.york.ac.uk/~socs203/luddites.htm)”

(Does it strike anyone else funny that a movement geared to NOTECHNOLOGY has a web page?)

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Echelon is the reason people like Thomas Jefferson were scared todeath of government. Find out why.

“wwwwiredcomnewspol(http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,33891,00.html)”

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Is he lying? Call him up online and find out with the Truster.

“wwwtrustercompages(http://www.truster.com/pages/indexp.html)”

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Now this man knew technology. He should, he invented most of it.Check out Nikola Tesla:

“wwwmallusacombpcst(http://www.mall-usa.com/BPCS/tesla.html)”

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Ah yes, the last home of the technically challenged…

“wwwgeocitiescomsil(http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Vista/5842/)”


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