Mass-Produced Individuality…

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Mass-Produced Individuality…

CafepressInteresting article from the NYTimes about Cafepress (you can make your own shirts with their service) – “Many people used to make their own clothes and build their own furniture. The Industrial Revolution, with technological innovations like power looms and power lathes, and now today’s far-flung supply chains, made it easier and more practical to buy ready-made apparel and housewares. Lately, however, mass production has been cast not so much as the best thing that ever happened to consumers but as an annoyance, even a problem. It stands in the way of our individuality. What can save us?”… Link.

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