BBC News – Why homes could soon be wire-free

BBC News – Why homes could soon be wire-free.Why our home could soon be wire-free



  1. Hi there just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The words in your content seem to
    be running off the screen in Safari. I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know.
    The design look great though! Hope you get the problem
    resolved soon. Thanks

    1. I really appreciate that, do not worry. It may have something to do with the width of the screen or something (IOS boundaries?). If anybody knows, please let me know so that builders London can enjoy his pages 😉 Thanks in advance.

      Builders, keep reading and I’ll see if I can correct it… Thanks again. If you’re in London, enjoy your sunny Monday. M.

  2. It’s likely that our descendants will look at the mass of wires which we have, originating from the old telephone exchanges, as being a thing of mirth. Fascinating video from the BBC. It’s incredible to think that we’re simply reaching the limits of technology which has only been in existence for a handful of years.

    1. True… I did not think of it this way, thank you for your comment. At least the cables will not be nicked for the metal content and create mayhem 😉 Otherwise, I feel like you, we are on the edge of something big in terms of technology, discovery. Cooperation is speeding the pace of discovery. The future is bright as long as most people can afford and be able to enjoy the new technologies that will be part of our day to day lives… If you like all this stuff, I invite you to visit TED, just a fascinating voyage of discovery into many subjects:

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