In @code4040's article about **The Renaissance Man,** they explain abo ...

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In @code4040's article about The Renaissance Man, they explain about the benefits of having old ideas. Ideas that are timeless, and I liked this part. Why people don't have them now?


#Source: https://myhive.li/t1pbe

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A good friend had an idea come to him about fifteen years ago (where it came from before that, who knows.
It could very well solve these "problems". I'm now helping him develop and open source it for use of individuals.

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@chrisrice. I'm unable to edit this comment.

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  1. Open the Buzz individually.
  2. Refresh the page.
  3. Click on the 3 dots in bottom right hand corner.

Then you should be able to edit :)

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Ok, that worked with the additional refresh, thanks.
Can you remove that refresh step somehow?

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Yeah, we will, but other features like the ReBuzz, etc. are prioritized higher.


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Sometimes I get the feeling that everything that really matters was already invent. We, as a global comunitty simple have forgotten it.

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That may be true.
Then again, something that would matter people +10/100 years from now might not have been invented yet... Internet didn't matter us 15yrs ago even though it was there.

As for ideas, I think you're right. All ideas that matter probably got proposed long ago~

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Good question. Maybe it has something to do with the current political climate? I mean, timeless and old ideas were either erased or made obsolete because many of them didn't conform to modern sensibilities, or fit some people's agenda.

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Yeah, that too... But I think people will do that regardless of age. Every era & culture has its own normal thinking. Since people can't know everything they chose to learn only the things that fit their own society.

Old ideas only matter to the extra curious!

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I agree.