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The Work That Goes Into Everyday Items [Pic]

In this comic, artist Randall Munroe from XKCD has illustrated some of the work that goes into creating everyday items, including many things that happen in the background that most people will never think about. Let’s not forget that most of the stuff we have in our homes have at one point gone though the […] The post The Work That Goes Into Everyday Items [Pic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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