definition

(proposed new terminology) A bump-and-grind regime is one which does not allow access to its deepest functionality without disclosure of background and purpose. On a Q&A site, the deepest functionality is asking a question. (Other, less-deep, functionalities are answering a question, commenting, voting, and bookmarking.) An example of a bump-and-grind regime is any ‘Stack Exchange’ … Continue reading definition

LOREM IPSUM

Usefulness is the logarithm of technology. So, while technology is increasing exponentially (as it always has been), usefulness is increasing only linearly (as it always has been).