Is Prosumerfication Harming The Planet?

Is Prosumerfication Harming The Planet?
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 RicecookerTreehugger points us to an article in the WSJ that reflects Prosumerfication and wonders whether the trend where regular folk upgrade their gadgets, electronics and even cooking wear to professional grade equipment may not so good for the planet.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 7 june 2007

Treehugger points us to an article in the WSJ that reflects Prosumerfication and wonders whether the trend where regular folk upgrade their gadgets, electronics and even cooking wear to professional grade equipment may not so good for the planet. The WSJ highlights a recent example of Prosumerfication – the hi-tech rice cooker:

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