WoTD: czechnology

czechnology: Using any means necessary to achieve a technology goal, often by employing ‘hackerly’ methods.

“After not getting any specific date from a local SONY Service and the need to ship the PSP to Prague, I decided to order the drive and apply czechnology.”Jakub Steiner (who credits a neighbour with its coinage)

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2 Responses to WoTD: czechnology

  1. Peteris Krisjanis says:

    What a new, geeky term 🙂 And actually fits very well what it meant for 🙂

  2. Adriano says:

    This is what we Argentinians call “atarlo con alambre”, “tying with wire”. A nice metaphor for making do, yes. But czechnology is so much more to the point 🙂

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