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Saturday, May 08, 2004
 


Quote of the Week

"...Before inventors created engines to take the place of men, the leaders of men had drilled and regimented multitudes of human beings: they had discovered how to reduce men to machines. The slaves and peasants who haled the stones for the pyramids, pulling in rhythm to the crack of the whip, the slaves working in the Roman galley, each man chained to his seat and unable to perform any other motion than the limited mechanical one, the order and march and system of the Macedonian phalanx - these were all machine phenomena."

Points to anyone who knows where it's from - I'll tell ya next week and leave it as a game for now. Quote of the week because there is a very deep insight for potential innovators in it.

-- umair // 2:37 PM //


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