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Subway dynamo - the Japanese beat you to it

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of course, Japan is the land of the future...

In reply to: Subway dynamo - the Japanese beat you to it

the Japanese tourism bureau should really consider the following slogans:
"Japan, step into the future"
"Japan, where we already have tomorrow's news"
"Japan, see a future where mp3 players grow on trees"
"In Japan, we have the iPhones v8.5 - compatible with everything!"

"Peace and zen in hearts,
Sixaxis in nimble hands,
check your six o'clock!"


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oh, the idea is awesome,

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the technology isn't new either - it's just the whole "old habits die hard" and "what's worth investing/going-into-debt for" arguements that hold great, simple ideas like this back.
creative-destruction/disruptive markets and technologies can be a fierce and beautiful thing... (it's the whole, "out with the old, in with the new/refined" idea)


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