The principle of “jugaad” or “frugal innovation” is the basis for solutions in emerging economies in the “Global South”, and near anathema for Western Capitalism, where bigger is better and more expensive. This TED Talk speaks of the “leapfrogging” of technologies in contrast to upgrading existing infrastructure. More to what I have been preaching lately, that advantage will raise the quality of life and products and services available to where it surpasses the nations of the developed “Global North”.
Which do you believe regarding voting for "the lesser of two evils"?
- One candidate is not really evil compared to the other, so it's not a hard choice (50%, 2 Votes)
- I will not vote for evil even if one of them will win anyway (50%, 2 Votes)
- A "protest vote" counts, even if not affecting the outcome (50%, 2 Votes)
- A third party would probably win if people did not assume they could not (25%, 1 Votes)
- Defeating the greater evil is more important than voting for someone I want (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 4