An interesting piece from Wired:
It’s a good thing Nikola Tesla never figured out how to time travel, because that cord jungle behind your entertainment center would break his heart—again. It’s been more than a century since he lit incandescent bulbs wirelessly in his lab, and yet you’re still plugging into the wall.
Even your three-pronged socket looks surprised.
My three-pronged socket looks more shocked than surprised, what with all that smoke and all… oh dear. Excuse me.
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