Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 25 Aug 2020.
heh i have a lavender logitech mouse already, says HP on it, its 20+ years old
That's why I don't get excited about logitech stuff, they have been making most of it for 30 years with only occasional burst of hmm followed by the price of oh, nah (229 for a logitech keyboard lol that's cute)
Yeah, right - a £200 keyboard.
Plus since when are black and white colours, as such?
I quoted this from somewhere.
"It depends on how you want to define color. If color is solely the way physics describes it, the visible spectrum of light waves, then black and white are outcasts and don’t count as true, physical colors. Colors like white and pink are not present in the spectrum because they are the result of our eyes’ mixing wavelengths of light. White is what we see when all wavelengths of light are reflected off an object, while pink is a mix of the red and violet wavelengths. Black, on the other hand, is what our eyes see in a space that reflects very little light at all. That’s why, if you enter a room with the lights turned off, everything is dark and black. If you include in the definition of color, however, all of the ways in which human eyes process light and the lack of it, then black and white, as well as pink, earn their places in the crayon box."
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