Studying the faked predictions was more fun than finding out the actual gadget. I’m very interested in seeing how this shakes up the competition, but I’m not going to be one of the early adopters.

Plato’s Phaedrus tells the story of Theuth, inventor of the alphabet. The god Thamos said, “O most ingenious Theuth, the parent or inventor of an art is not always the best judge of the utiliy or the inutility of his own inventions to the users of them.”  (An early reference to the Lake Wobegone Effect?)

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