Online comic strip, The Oatmeal, has done a fantastic job with their long tribute to Nikola Tesla.
Geeks stay up all night disassembling the world so that they can put it back together with new features.
They tinker and fix things that aren’t broken.
Geeks abandon the world around them because they’re busy soldering together a new one.
They obsess and, in many cases, they suffer.
Over one hundred years ago, a Serbian-American inventor by the name of Nikola Tesla started fixing things that weren’t broken.
What a great intro to a well written overview of Tesla’s accomplishments. Take some time today, and read through the whole thing.
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