And as such I am doing a roundup of definitions:
Culture: something invented by the Victorians to describe the things people did that weren't directly connected with business, science, sex, politics, or making things.
Culture is nowadays afforded too much respect and taken too seriously.
Politics: the name for the study and practice of groups of people make decisions. It has the potential to be an enlightening and enjoyable experience but is generally irritating, boring, and full of pointless meetings and unnecessary complaining.
Voters: the cause of most of the problems facing any democratic country.
Technology: a much-overused word that should be avoided, if at all possible, in any discussion involving practical problem-solving. It is a general term for a massive variety of things and should be treated as such.
Also it is not synonymous with "consumer electronics" - whatever the BBC and every other news outlet seems to think.
"Technology" is any tangible or material product of the human mind.
Economics: the study and practice of how scarce resources like time, energy, materials and work are distributed.
Money: an arbitrary unit that equates to a certain amount of a particular resource. Money is used to distribute resources.
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