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Mikey the Humming Mouse - A3938628 Learn More About the Edited Guide!

Congrats on your first solo EG entry! (This is, isn't it?)

smiley - cheers


Post 2

Kat - From H2G2

T'is indeed smiley - biggrin And you know what...I wrote the entire damn thing in about two hours...which just goes to show that I should write more articles on things I know rather than trying to do things I don't. Currently in my fits of hyperness I'm writing a huge series of articles on bipolar disorder to hopefully rival the one already in the EG...but it's slow going. If you want to have a quick look anytime and say anything it's under the title of "Wodge", which is my article testing area.


Post 3


nice entry but i feel the machines cant replace factories they are mere tools and a means to help human workers


Post 4

Kat - From H2G2

Unfortunately as machines become more advanced, capable of multi-tasking, and less temperamental, the need for workers naturally falls. So for something that once needed a guy for painting the widget, a guy for putting the widget on the thingy, a guy to weld it all together, now needs one machine and one operator.

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