Maish Saidel Keesing of Technodrone comments:
We all started off as babies, and I am sure that not many of you remember that one of the first toys you played with (and if you do not remember – then I am sure those of you with kids have probably done the same with your children) was a plastic container with different shapes on the lid and blocks that were made of different shapes.
A triangle would only go into the triangle, a circle in the circle, a block in the block and so on.
A great read from Maish. There are just some things that don’t belong in the cloud.
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