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Fragile World

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Yesterday  one of my friend posted an image of new laptop from Samsung series 9. It claims to be the thinnest laptop. Then I started making list in my mind of things that are created thinner and thinner every year. TVs, Mobiles, Laptops, Tablets and many more. There is race going for creating thinner products and Cell Phones/Mobiles/Smartphones topped that list. Every new device in the market claims to be thinner than other. How thin a device can actually get ? Thinner than a paper ? Nano technology has proved it’s potential to make technology works at microscopic level. Which means we should be able to make paper thin televisions and displays in the near future.

But technology is not the only place things are getting thinner. Even food culture share the similar idea. Snack foods like Thinsation is the perfect example. Small portion meal for healthy living. This idea also applies to humans. Everyone wants to be size-zero (well not everyone actually, but you get my point, eh? ). People run miles and miles to become thin. Clothing is another industry which makes slim cut designs.

So this just got me thinking how fragile everything and everyone will be. Everything will come labeled “Fragile: Handle With Care”. Well it’s just a thought. Let me know what you think if you got couple of seconds to pass time.

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Written by tarangp

January 20, 2012 at 2:54 pm

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  1. We can thank (or blame) the late Steve Jobs for this “thin is in” BS with technology. Steve Jobs, in his infinite arrogance, decreed that barely a work day on a charge is good enough. You leave for work, and by the time you get home, it’s “flying on fumes”. Worse, the Android companies are copycatting Apple with the batteries you can’t remove, just to shave a measly millimeter.

    I’m not a Mototola fan (don’t ask) but I’d like them to make a “RAZR SuperMaxx” phone that can go a WEEKEND on a charge. That would make for a game changer.

    Anonymous

    March 18, 2013 at 11:26 pm


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