Smart Appliances Are Dumb. Help!

We have been conned by the manufacturers

An image of a remote control with a smart TV in the background.
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I am 77 years of age, reasonably tech-savvy, and of sound mind. Dealing with so-called smart devices may change that, however. No matter how smart devices are marketed and how they are glorified, manufacturers and retailers have yet to convince me they are truly smart. The following definition is from the online Oxford dictionary for a ‘smart device’: “ programmed so

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Michael Trigg

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A “Jack of all Trades” and master of some: Mechanic, Writer, Sales Rep, TV producer, Management, Insurance Agent, Consultant www.handshakeconsultants.com

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