Friday July 10, 2020

Colin Baker: The Gadget Guy

Forget what you think you know - the tech world is full of incorrect information

15th May, 2016
Water is the enemy of gadgets

M yths exist in every industry, line of work and subject matter; established ideas that have become entrenched but are entirely incorrect. Who invented the motor car and the production line? Henry Ford with his Model T, right? Not so. He was beaten to the game by, amongst others, Karl Benz. I thought I’d dispel a few more popular myths in tech land this week.

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