I hate it, when people use the term as a interchangeable for Computers (as an overwhelming thing). Cooking, crafting and tree planting is technology too, but nobody will use it that negatively (anymore).

Nice finding from reddit on the construction of houses in :

“The Construction of Medieval and Tudor Houses in .”
arct.cam.ac.uk/Downloads/chs/v

Kind of

Awesome! 2 days ago i ordered "Reimagining Business History" by Phil , normally the delivery of used books take at least 7 days, today it was delivered.

Who is up to read a little bit "alternative" writing?

I fucking love what i study: "COUNTERFACTUAL HISTORY AND THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY"

now we are discussion the concept of Steve Johnson "Where does good ideas come from" and the usage of this theories for the of .
Short: Ideas come from an growing amount of diversity, networked diversity and building community. The theory denies the one isolated genius narrative.

In the beginning of in europe there were two fluids a main advantage and both were black: printers ink and coffee. The ink was needed to make scientific prints, the was the reason for establishing royal coffee houses, the very first public sphere of published science outlets.

it is mostly a question about what does you interest in the material side and what you understand about it.

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of is so great.
I.e. how the est. of totally changed the way wars were fought, but did not be the main trainsport carrier: mules and horses became with the launch of railways tenfold important than trains...

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