April 25, 2014
Planned obsolescence is the determination or programming of the end of the useful life of a product or service, becoming obsolete, non-functional, useless or unusable. And when the owner takes it to repair, the technical service tells him that it is more profitable to buy a new one than to fix it.
In the Museum of Obsolete Objects, in an exercise in nostalgia, they teach us two-minute videos about the basic operation of various technological devices, such as a pocket calculator, a telegraph or a fax.
via [Vídeo] The Museum of Programmed Obsolescence.
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