an effort to keep the fantastic art of ropework alive and to
solve the problem of overwhelming electronic entanglement, I
am attempting to link the two as a repurposed technology solution.
tall clipper ships of yesterday are hard to find now. The men
who sailed them are slowly disappearing along with their arts
and very specialized skills. One of the most tragic victems of
this trend is ropework.
simple act of securing two bits of string is enough to confound
most people. In the heyday of sailing, there was a knot for every
part of the ship. This old world technology that has been placed
by the way side may find the perfect place in todays electronics
of the repurposing technology project
any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the course
of humanity, we have adopted tools and techniques to accomplish
tasks and get work done. From the very beginning, when a newer
technology arose, the older and perhaps less efficient technology
was abandoned. In our rush to find the next greatest thing. This
trend of "making way for new" continues at a breathtaking
pace today. The advent of more specialized and complex technologies
leaves a lot of room for experimentation in other fields. But
more often than not, the next greatest thing is not far behind
and the latest technology of the day will soon be trumped and
technologies are repurposed...