There was a time when life was purely analogue.
People used encyclopedias instead of Wikipedia,
typewriters instead of word processing on computers,
telephones with dials instead of smartphones and
slide rules instead of pocket calculators.
Music was not streamed but heard from records;
and in cameras you put in a film that had to be developed. Today all that is digital.
But if you look closely, real life is still analogue.
One and zero are usually not the only possibilities;
there is always an in-between.
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