Bill Ralston: Apocalypse any day now

By Bill Ralston In Life

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19th November, 2012
Strike a blow against the ominously omnipresent technology that now enslaves us and buy a pigeon. I’ll explain that avian escape route shortly but, first, consider how trapped we are by all those gadgets we’ve so gleefully bought over the past few decades. Lose your smartphone and you’re not simply cut off from communicating with the world outside your home; the bigger worry is that your email, photos, music, Twitter feed and Facebook information has probably fallen into someone else’s hands. If your computer melts down, unless you’ve had the wisdom and forethought to use a backup ...

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