by Alf Rehn
You’ve heard the terms before, as they’re repeated almost endlessly – “digital” and “digitalization”. And hey, why not? The digital revolution is an interesting, important step for mankind. Still, in the invocation of this, we sometimes forget what makes all this important, and how the meaning of these words at least in part emerges out of their relationship with that strange little word that acts as their balancing other – the analog.
Analog has today become almost a word of derision, one at times used to refer to those who “don’t . . .
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