1.Winner, Langdon, “When Technologies Die, Do We Mourn?,” Technology Review, Spring 1992 (MIT Alumni Association) p. 21.
2. Who among us has not longed for the appliances of days gone by? Think of the wringer washer, the slide rule, the fully manual camera, not because they were more convenient and not only for nostalgia, but because they didn't break or require batteries. If today's gross domestic product were not so dependent on engineered obsolescence, we would long less and things would last longer.
3.Hobson, A., Physics and Society 21 (2) (April 1992) p. 12.
4. A “Tech-Out” of any other nationality would work as well.
5. In this case the force would be mediated by the exchange of a quantum of enlightenment. (See figure.)
6.Roberts, Sherry, USA Today (April 30, 1992) p. 13A.
7.Michaels, Patrick, Regulation (Cato Institute, Summer 1991).