@voodoologic what I love about this is: it doesn't show people being dumb, it shows people being smart! They're adapting to their environment, sharing knowledge, and helping each other
as a designer of technology it might make us mad to see people using our thing "wrong", but we should remember that once it's out in the world, it belongs to them, not to us, and they may find things to do with it we never imagined.
@nindokag that's well put. I think i've watched it hundreds of times by now.
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