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Why is it always one step forward and two steps back?

Why is it always one step forward and two steps back?

Posted Jan 18, 2014 5:41 UTC (Sat) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389)
In reply to: Why is it always one step forward and two steps back? by giraffedata
Parent article: Supporting connected standby

> Golden Gate Bridge

If this was the bridge being referenced, fine. It just reminded me of EZPass and such.

> I can't find the "two steps back" in this.

I think that the "two steps back" is Max.Hyre referring to some of the longer term issues that arise with pervasive technology used without putting restrictions on it.


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