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1: 2015-07-07: “Europe’s technocrats are like medieval doctors bleeding their patients—and when it made them sicker, demanded more bleeding.” @nytimes
2: 2015-04-16: You would think in the Twenty-Zillionth Century, medical technology would be such that Han Solo didn't age so much. @TrekkieGirls
3: 2014-12-20: RT @TIME: 10 FBI Behavioral Unit techniques for building rapport with anyone http://t.co/3kmnKK8eQn
4: 2014-11-19: WARNING: Voice recognition technology often engenders catastrophic homonymous malapropisms.
5: 2014-11-04: I guess, since #TimCook came out, every Russian with an iPhone must trash it. And any form of technology. The Stone Age wasn't gay, was it?
6: 2014-09-16: RT @BadLamaArt: The tragedy of music is that it's mostly controlled by musicians. They know instruments and technique but can no longer hea…
7: 2014-08-29: Humanity is adding data to its social media streams faster than technology is reducing the cost. The result: an eventual storage crisis.
8: 2014-08-14: Apple tech took my iPhone. Said 30 minutes to change the battery. I walked out into the mall then realized I HAVE NO IDEA HOW LONG THAT IS!
9: 2014-06-14: Technology gives humanity the power to do the same stupid things faster and more destructively.
10: 2014-06-04: Ancient technology in a secondhand shop in Petersburg, Virginia (Dec 23) http://t.co/lqvViVupcU http://t.co/Ui2kmpu1Wv
11: 2014-06-01: RT @nytimes: Soylent is the most joyless new technology to hit the world since we first laid eyes on MS-DOS http://t.co/peqmYzAagQ
12: 2014-05-22: My research into free energy and antigravity technology seems just on the edge of a big breakthrough. All I need is funding. Will you help?
13: 2014-04-20: RT @TIME: The history of technology, as told in wacky British Pathé newsreels http://t.co/kB54COa9S4
14: 2014-03-29: Technology brings liberation for the elite and intelligent but even greater misery for the mass of mankind.
15: 2014-03-29: Technology and advances in law may eliminate old forms of slavery, but they usually create new ones in their place.
16: 2014-03-20: Religiosity is impervious to science, technology or reason. It will always find a way to believe.
17: 2014-03-09: Dear aliens: No contact please! Keep your warp drives. We can't even handle our own technology. We don't need yours.
18: 2013-12-29: The Cuckoo Clock has been corrupted by modern technology. @ Sugarcreek, Ohio (12/28)
19: 2013-12-23: The latest entertainment technology @ Petersburg, VA http://t.co/1ikpRnHVE1
20: 2013-11-18: RT @TIME: Are we in another tech bubble? http://t.co/WPEyRg1tFv
21: 2013-09-20: Amazing new video technology. @ Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum http://t.co/WGmDKOdJ6e
22: 2013-09-12: Porn production shut down by HIV scare. Who will notice? It's not like there has been any new technology. Just recycle the old porn!
23: 2013-06-30: RT @TheEconomist: Technology gives protesters the upper hand, though what they do with it is another question http://t.co/prwNJmVhqT
24: 2013-06-19: technohubris — blind faith that new technology "changes the rules" and will get you out of facing your own problems.
25: 2013-06-19: Scott vs. Amundsen — untested new technology vs. getting the job done with proven methods. (cc @epappa)
26: 2013-05-27: The root of world hunger is overpopulation and political dysfunction, so any technological solution is bound to fail. (Re @TIME)
27: 2013-05-16: If you traveled back in time to show the Romans your fancy new technology, you couldn't show them a damn thing because—Duh!—no internet!
28: 2013-03-30: As technology "advances", people will find ways to do the same stupid things they have always done.
29: 2013-02-26: Small is beautiful—as long as you like living in the Stone Age. Nearly all the technology you depend on came from corporate bigness.
30: 2013-01-30: Today's technology has replaced musical talent with musical obesity.
31: 2013-01-15: Life extension is the business of creating increasingly expensive technologies to keep the body going for those who can afford to pay.
32: 2013-01-09: Any beings who can cross interstellar space have to be so technologically advanced that they seriously don't give a shit what we do.
33: 2013-01-06: RT @philosophytweet: The high tech gypsies and jet set bohemians are leaving the institutions behind. The future is a pocket computer a ...
34: 2012-12-30: Exciting new 3D technology would allow people to actually GO OUT AND DO THINGS. Unfortunately, liability concerns have kept it in the lab.
35: 2012-12-25: Public Apology: I have a range of powers but I am not technically a Power Ranger. I regret any ambiguities raised by my previous statements.
36: 2012-12-23: Education trains humanity's technicians and engineers, not its leaders and creators.
37: 2012-12-13: Most artists with great technique will never be great artists because they cannot think backwards.
38: 2012-12-13: backfill artistry — n. artistic technique where you start with the most engaging part of your story and design the rest to get you there.
39: 2012-12-12: If you have a great story, there are countless ways to film it. If you don't have a great story, no technique will save you.
40: 2012-12-12: The classic movies of the B+W era, like Casablanca, stay with us today because the story was great and technique stayed out of the way.
41: 2012-12-12: Filmmakers are easily distracted by the technical and visual artistry of film while all the audience remembers is the story and gags.
42: 2012-12-10: @laurenahayes Primitive technology. I want an umbrella that individually identifies and targets each raindrop then zaps it with a laser.
43: 2012-12-10: Movies may be a new technology, but we know all about how they work from our own dreams.
44: 2012-11-10: @scassell19 How is that even possible? EVERY food is "genetically engineered" and there is no evidence that the hi-tech kind is harmful.
45: 2012-11-05: Technical skill in the arts does not imply creativity or the motivation to use it.
46: 2012-09-09: New technology in feline birth control. (Riga, Latvia) http://t.co/jmyFwcs5
47: 2012-08-21: An unintended consequence of modern technology. http://t.co/Tfeysm80
48: 2012-08-11: RT @KilroyCafe: Technology is not the savior of man, because every problem it solves inevitably creates another.
49: 2012-08-03: When some technique is successful for us, we tend to repeat it—often long after it stops being successful.
50: 2012-07-29: Being able to fly a plane does not mean you can run an airline. Technical skills do not imply management skills.
51: 2012-07-25: (Oops! Technically it's an "adj" but I'll leave it as "n." No one will notice.)
52: 2012-07-09: @OneFaithLove Great technique! Now you need sharper lyrics.
53: 2012-07-05: Technology offers the promise of miraculous solutions in the future, discouraging us from solving our problems right now.
54: 2012-07-05: You can't wait for technological solutions to the world's problems or your own. You have to move ahead with what you have now.
55: 2012-07-05: Technology does not improve the world. It just changes it, creating new problems to replace the old ones.
56: 2012-07-05: Technology can be a powerful tool in the hands of a smart, well-motivated operator. To others, it is just new forms of distraction.
57: 2012-07-05: RT @mntstguy: @BadDalaiLama Technically the cost increase isn't science itself fault,it's greed of people behind the discoveries,semanti ...
58: 2012-07-02: Dear Technology: I appreciate the gesture, but I prefer to flush my own toilet and turn on my own faucet. Thank you for your concern.
59: 2012-06-29: Artists with great technical skills are usually defeated by ego, which prevents them from seeing their own work as others do.
60: 2012-06-08: Having technical skills in a creative field is not the same as having creativity.
61: 2012-05-31: Pre-GPS navigation technology. (@ Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum) [pic]: http://t.co/3pBd7N79
62: 2012-05-23: The risk in being a professional musician or artist is you get wrapped up in technical details and stop seeing the final product.
63: 2012-05-20: RT @KilroyCafe: The progress of technology: Low-definition crap becomes high-definition crap becomes high-definition 3-D crap.
64: 2012-05-11: Speaking a lot of languages doesn't make you a great storyteller. Technical skills are not the same as holistic ones.
65: 2012-05-09: "Universal Health Care" is an impossible myth. It would be supportable only if mortality and medical technology were held at a 1960s level.
66: 2012-04-27: @bybeautydamned Technically, I think she was just a nemesis. An arch nemesis is one you can't live without.
67: 2012-04-25: In any art form, there are technical skills that can be taught and balance skills that can only be learned from within.
68: 2012-04-01: @xtinewu @michellebranch The technology looks awesome! I only question the need. Don't kittens print themselves?
69: 2012-03-20: Technology provides more data, but it does not make people smarter or bring them more wisdom.
70: 2012-03-06: @LetsGo2TheBeach The technical term is "hyperprolific". Also "peripatetic".
71: 2012-02-05: Rule #1 of technology investing: There will always be a new thing to blow away the old thing. #FacebookIPO
72: 2012-02-02: Technically, life may indeed charge you for additional sauces, but most of the time it doesn't even bother.
73: 2012-01-25: The advance of medical technology has the perverse effect of making medical care available to fewer people as costs rise.
74: 2012-01-25: Facebook/YouTube time bomb: collecting huge photo/video files that never go away, eating storage faster than technology advances.
75: 2012-01-25: @laurenahayes I can't help but think, "This can't be good!" No one stays at the top of the technology heap for long.
76: 2012-01-24: RT @TIME: Ready or not, your Facebook profile is about to get the new "Timeline" design | http://t.co/KnJh9TXI (via @Techland)
77: 2012-01-20: One of my hidden skills is I'm well versed in vacuum tube technology. In my youth I conducted many autopsies of such devices.
78: 2012-01-18: You may see a passenger's overhead console, but I see a hi-tech cat litter scoop. http://t.co/CvZye2nb
79: 2012-01-11: Just because you are technically skilled in a creative medium doesn't make you creative or give you something to say.
80: 2011-12-31: Sometimes you have to remind people of the old technology. http://t.co/bNEBAlKz
81: 2011-12-28: The job of advertising is to distort the truth in favor of the advertiser without technically lying.
82: 2011-12-23: Technology, schmectology! We will always need Vanna White to turn the letters.
83: 2011-12-20: My low-tech solution to a high-tech malfunction. (Damn thing won't turn off!) http://t.co/ACzJ3WPs
84: 2011-11-26: Internet technology is a "brain prosthetic", extending ones sensory reach but not replacing the human skills of intellect and judgment.
85: 2011-11-19: @spyropapaspyrou Kind of interesting. A techno-beat thing.
86: 2011-11-19: Just because you have perfected a set of technical skills does not mean you have perfected the skill of what to use them for.
87: 2011-10-24: Just saw a clip from Avatar in the amazing technology of 2D. It's incredible! Rich detail, vibrant colors and no headaches!
88: 2011-10-23: People confuse technical virtuosity with creativity. It's amazing how he tickles the keyboard, but that doesn't make him creative.
89: 2011-10-19: The greatest disasters of the future will be caused by things that we have created—our own technology turned against us.
90: 2011-10-19: The benefits of technology are immediate and obvious. The costs are systemic and cumulative and may not be apparent for years.
91: 2011-10-16: Technology may have exploded in our lifetime, but human politics and behavior have not changed since Roman times.
92: 2011-10-12: Lost in the rush of new technology: "Who am I? What do I hope to accomplish?"
93: 2011-10-10: Got Arlo Guthrie playing in the brain: "Ridin' on the City of New Orleans." (Although technically it's the Lake Shore Limited.)
94: 2011-10-09: Bold moves often end in defeat, discouraging further action. Courage lies in modifying ones techniques without losing ones initiative.
95: 2011-08-10: Education can teach technical procedures and standardized bodies of knowledge. It cannot teach creativity, intelligence or wisdom.
96: 2011-08-04: In the end, you are likely to help the world only when you can monitor the results of your actions and modify your techniques accordingly.
97: 2011-07-27: Any technology created by idealists eventually gets taken over by sharks.
98: 2011-07-09: The benefits if technology are immediate and irresistible. The costs are less obvious and may take years to emerge.
99: 2011-07-09: Chronological chauvinists see only advances in technology and institutions. They do not acknowledge the good things that have been lost.
100: 2011-07-09: It has not been proven that technology improves society as a whole, only that some people win while others lose.
101: 2011-07-08: As genetic technology advances, wealthy parents will have greater opportunity to choose their offsprings' traits, accelerating evolution.
102: 2011-07-03: Jerks can be technically competent and rise high in organizations, where they make life hell for everyone around them.
103: 2011-07-01: Coen Brothers movies are filled with great technique, but most of them leave you empty, like going on a ride that doesn't take you anywhere.
104: 2011-06-17: The aliens, with their advanced technology, should be able to prevent human reproduction, perhaps by disabling sperm or neutralizing libido.
105: 2011-06-04: Technically, "I'm going to have to ask you to leave," isn't really asking anything. Right?
106: 2011-05-10: This is trick photography. There's only one Sponge Bob. The rest are created with green-screen technology. http://t.co/2o0BRE9
107: 2011-05-07: The paradox of technology: We can communicate with each other instantly but have less to say, because no one has time to think.
108: 2011-04-12: Technology does not bring you closer to truth, to peace or to harmony with yourself.
109: 2011-04-12: His Holiness does not hesitate to use technology in his own ministry. It is beneficial to some, just not to society at large.
110: 2011-04-12: Each generation thinks it is going to solve the world's problems with some new technology. In the end, the technology becomes the problem.
111: 2011-04-08: RT @brainpicker: The Pringle as technology http://j.mp/dV9TvH (via @matthiasrascher)
112: 2011-04-03: Someone can speak a dozen languages and still not have a clue about people. They have technical skills but not meta-skills.
113: 2011-04-03: Technical skills, like juggling or engineering, are useful only in certain environments. Meta-skills are applicable in ALL environments.
114: 2011-03-31: RT @TheBosha: Perhaps a TED Talk on proper meth cooking technique would cut down on the explosions in rural America.
115: 2011-03-30: technodining — n. the consumption of standardized meals at chain restaurants.
116: 2011-03-28: RT @Erekosse: @BadDalaiLama I think your essay on technology has some true facts. Sometimes feel like technology dehumanize us or dumb us.
117: 2011-03-28: Social problems cannot be solved by technological innovation.
118: 2011-03-28: Technology made us who we are (Where would we be without writing, fire or agriculture?) but that doesn't mean we're better with more of it.
119: 2011-03-28: For every benefit you can cite for technology, I can point out a corresponding loss for society.
120: 2011-03-28: .@trevlutz Technology certainly benefits me personally, but as I look around, I don't see it benefiting society.
121: 2011-03-28: RT @trevlutz: @BadDalaiLama So says the man who utilizes tech everyday to better himself and to globally disseminate his gained insight.
122: 2011-03-28: #### End. This has been a live 1-hour essay by the Bad Dalai Lama: "Technology"
123: 2011-03-28: As more resources are absorbed by technology, is quality of life improving? Or is technology just a parasite draining our resources?
124: 2011-03-28: Technology keeps itself in business through continuous obsolescence of old technology.
125: 2011-03-28: Technology promotes arms races among competing parties. One gets a new thing, so the opponent gets it, with no net change in the status quo.
126: 2011-03-28: You're a fool if you think the solution to world hunger is simply to produce more food. Technology can help with that, yet change nothing.
127: 2011-03-28: Technology is a big, fat distraction to addressing the world's problems.
128: 2011-03-28: What makes societies strong and stable is social structure, not technology.
129: 2011-03-28: Technology can help start civil wars, can contribute to the decline of the "old order", but new tyrannies rise up to replace it.
130: 2011-03-28: For every person liberated by technology, another is enslaved by it.
131: 2011-03-28: Technology can't solve civil wars or poverty or overpopulation or drug abuse or child abuse or most of the other problems of man.
132: 2011-03-28: Technology may solve old problems, but it inevitably creates new ones in their place.
133: 2011-03-28: A bold thesis: Technology does little to improve the world. It merely rearranges the Have's and Have-Not's.
134: 2011-03-26: The only control on the runaway growth of medical technology (and its cost) is insurance companies saying "No."
135: 2011-03-26: Once a new technology exists to keep people alive, it is politically unacceptable to not use it.
136: 2011-03-25: RT @geenozor: Lmao I can't stop laughin RT @BadDalaiLama: technological chauvinism—n. the belief of each new generation ... http:/ ...
137: 2011-03-24: Thanks to technology, economic productivity is constantly improving, but that doesn't mean the quality of life on Earth is improving.
138: 2011-03-24: The benefits of technology are immediate and irresistible. The costs may take years to appear and are spread more broadly across society.
139: 2011-03-24: For every problem technology solves, it creates another, so in the end you can't say that it improved anything.
140: 2011-03-24: technological chauvinism—n. the belief of each new generation that its technology renders it inherently superior to any previous generation.
141: 2011-03-19: The techniques that once worked for us don't work anymore. We try them again and again until we get a clue: "I have to change!"
142: 2011-03-15: @SrMaryNapalm "Edward De Bono's techniques can help anyone with structured creativity" <== Example, please! What great artist has it helped?
143: 2011-03-15: The biggest educational fraud: classes for "creativity". (Crafts and techniques, sure, but creativity itself can't be formally educated.)
144: 2011-03-15: There is no example on earth of anyone "educated" into creativity. (Name one!) At best, education teaches technical skills, nothing more.
145: 2011-03-07: Today's hot new technology is tomorrow's garage sale junk.
146: 2011-03-05: Imagine: A "technology corridor" right here in West Virginia! Who'd a thunk it!
147: 2011-03-04: Whether Jobs wins this week—or Zuckerburg or Google—it's largely irrelevant. Technology moves ahead regardless of the players.
148: 2011-03-04: Following tech news is like following sports: there are always teams winning and losing, but in the bigger scheme it doesn't matter. #ipad
149: 2011-03-04: The men who shape technology—from Edison to Zuckerburg—are retards personally. We can use their tools, but we don't need to be like them.
150: 2011-02-27: The Roman arch was a huge technological advance. Once discovered, the Mediterranean went wild with it!
151: 2011-02-01: OMG! Technology is changing so fast it must be... FUTURE SHOCK!... My fave TV documentary of my youth: http://j.mp/g7AWKa via @BrainPicker
152: 2011-01-31: It is the genetic nature of men to collect arcane technical minutia. So let 'em! There are more holistic things you can do with your time.
153: 2011-01-30: Photography has sold more frauds than any sharp-tongued swindler—without technically "lying".
154: 2011-01-28: Thanks to advances in steam technology, central heating comes standard in most San Francisco rooming houses. http://twitpic.com/3u2qxa
155: 2011-01-26: Did you know? Vegemite was invented in 1922 by food technologist Cyril Callister to make use of waste yeast discarded by breweries. Mmmmm!
156: 2011-01-26: As health care technology improves, it keeps people alive longer. These people then use more health care. It's an infinite cost spiral!
157: 2011-01-25: Why does your typical male have to turn every problem into a technical issue? If I want data, I can go to the internet.
158: 2011-01-21: Define "government outreach" and "technology thought leadership" in this article by Google's ex-CEO: http://read.bi/i208en via @lolahayes
159: 2011-01-20: @PepGarcia "Mozart? Beethoven? Chopin?" <== Bah! Mere technicians. Nowhere near the impact of the Beatles, Eagles or Elvis.
160: 2011-01-17: A major concern of cyborg technology is that some dictators might live forever and never give up power. Robo-Castro, Cyber-Stalin—not good!
161: 2011-01-11: Investment advice for the new Graduate: plastics!... also: railroads, airlines, bathroom fixtures. Leave Tech to the gamblers.
162: 2011-01-06: Predictions for 2011: A hot new technological innovation will be talked about a great deal.
163: 2010-12-28: Free speech includes "puffery"—the right to make any inflated claim or implied promise as long as it is not technically a lie. #iRenew
164: 2010-12-23: Today's hot new technology is tomorrow's hopeless dinosaur.
165: 2010-12-18: Every new technology creates new diseases and breeds new parasites.
166: 2010-12-16: Technology, schmectology! You still need Vanna White to turn the letters.
167: 2010-12-04: Male pattern autism: mindless babble about sports, preoccupation with all things technical, total inability to relate to others.
168: 2010-10-23: A common affliction of humans (especially the male) is to dwell on technical minutia while completely missing the big picture.
169: 2010-10-16: No matter how technologically complex the world may become, it will always be dominated by the stupid mistakes of human ego.
170: 2010-10-16: Anyone can surround themselves with the tools and technical skills of an artistic medium, but few are capable of real creativity.
171: 2010-09-26: Technology is not the savior of man, because every problem it solves inevitably creates another.
172: 2010-09-19: Technology does not solve the problems of humanity. It merely redistributes them.
173: 2010-09-19: Thanks to technology, there are far more suffering people in the world than there ever were in the past.
174: KilroyCafe: 2010-11-08: New photos: Miami Beach: http://j.mp/dyqZ50 + Bonus iPhone Video snapshot: Hi-Tech Beachcomber: http://youtu.be/A1BNb4vsuSY
175: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-19: RT @BadDalaiLama: Technology does not solve the problems of humanity. It merely redistributes them.
176: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-01: Technology, law and medicine offer false promises. They do not improve life on Earth because each advance carries a hidden cost.
177: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-30: Every new technology comes at a cost. Whenever you upgrade to the next step, you are downgrading something else in your life.
178: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-27: Technically, coffee is not "food" and does not constitute "breakfast".
179: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-01: Today's hot new technology is tomorrow's garage sale junk. Just hope you get enough use from it before that happens.
180: KilroyCafe: 2010-04-30: Imagine! A "technology corridor" right here in West Virginia! Who'd a thunk it!
181: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-13: Technology is not the savior of man, because every problem it solves inevitably creates another.
182: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-13: Technology can improve your life if you use it wisely, but it doesn't help humanity as a whole. There's more suffering now than ever before.
183: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-13: If technology is here, you might as well use it, but there is no social benefit in government encouraging new technology.
184: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-07: When you dedicate your life to a single medium (music, photography, writing, etc), you end up with fine technical skills and nothing to say.
185: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-04: Check out the amazing time-saving technology called "words"! Distills complex events into short descriptions of what's different about them.
186: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-14: Of all the services of modern technology, only two seem non-negotiable: internet access and medical care.
187: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-09: If you're the first kid on your block with any new technology, you may be the first one screwed by it. Late adoption is the best policy.
188: KilroyCafe: 2010-02-06: “Technology made large populations possible; large populations now make technology indispensable.” —Joseph Wood Krutch
189: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-27: Living in the cold means no survival without technology. Only in the warm can you afford to directly experience the environment.
190: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-07: The progress of technology: Low-definition crap becomes high-definition crap becomes high-definition 3-D crap.
191: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-26: Do drivers who use radar detectors get fewer speeding tickets than those who don't? I think the opposite. Technology begets overconfidence!
192: KilroyCafe: 2009-12-26: The artistic world is filled with well-meaning fakers who slavishly learn a technical skill but never grasp how it should be used.
193: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-29: A common affliction of the human male is to dwell on technical minutia while completely missing the big picture.
194: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-25: Anyone can surround themselves with the tools and technical skills of an artistic medium. Very few are capable of real creativity there.
195: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-13: I'm a "Reformed Luddite" -- one who eschews modern technology that isn't overwhelmingly useful. Computers: yes. TV, indoor plumbing: no.
196: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-01: Lying in advertising is illegal, but "puffery" is not - that is, making distorted claims that are not technically lies.
197: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-26: Every new technology creates new diseases and breeds new parasites feeding off it.
198: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-22: How much does new technology actually improve our lives vs just complicating things or undoing the damage of past technology?
199: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-19: On the whole, technology doesn't really solve problems; it only redistributes them.
200: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-17: While it isn't technically child abuse, raising a child in wealth and privilege can be just as crippling.
201: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-15: "Puffery" is exaggerating the claims for a product without technically lying. The advertising industry is based on it!
202: KilroyCafe: 2009-05-09: Another nice Star Trek moment: Chekov has the con but abandons it almost immediately to address a technical problem. Clearly not a leader.
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