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By: Linus Ekenstam - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

David Dennis on the pros and cons of wireless peripherals.

If in getting rid of your wires it proves to be more effort to use the new system than to just deal with the cables in the first place, then guess which one you're going to go with?


Why do I use a Mac?

Macs and Windows PCs differ in approach and software design philosophy often, but so do Windows PCs and Linux PCs. This is going to come down to a matter of personal taste in a lot of cases but I've found the user-centric, integrated, and focused philosophy of Mac apps to be an enhancement to productivity as well as simply more pleasant to use. by David Dennis

I use a Mac because I prefer a Mac.

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Tradition however is also used as an excuse to preserve privilege; which highlights the greatest flaw of tradition: it cannot justify itself. Tradition employed for it’s own sake is only to do so because it was always done so; ignorant of refinement, ignorant of progress, ignorant of learning and development. If anything, traditions should be challenged each time they are observed to ensure that they still bring meaning and benefit to our lives — however ephemeral or insubstantial that benefit may seem. David Dennis

This is one reason I sometimes cringe when I hear some people use the word tradition while doing something that excludes a person or a group of people. I see how the word "tradition" is used to justify religious, sexual and racial bigotry.