Consumed Update: Ax functionality

Posted by Rob Walker on April 28, 2010
Posted Under: Update

Recently I had a column about object utility using the ax, through history, as an example. Recently this super-functional ax came to my attention:

This reminds me of the kind of excess of functionality that characterizes certain tech gizmos: That is, it’s not so much about how you’ll use all the functions, it’s more about signally (largely to yourself) about all the functions you MIGHT and COULD use, at some point.

Further diversion may be found at MKTG Tumblr, and the Consumed Facebook page.

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