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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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If that sounds a bit far-fetched or abstract, "What Technology Wants" will not persuade you with airtight reasoning and close argument — Mr. Kelly, a former editor of Wired magazine, rambles when he should hold a straight line and woolgathers when he should marshal his facts.
Do Machines Have Minds of Their Own? Jeremy Philips 2010
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