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Lift conference 09: Who has no knife may not eat pineapples (Felix Koch and Fabian Kalker)

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Felix Koch and Fabian Kalker share their insights about "cutting cultures" and how observing the usage of knives reveal interesting social trend of our society. They tackle for instance the aversion ...

Felix Koch and Fabian Kalker share their insights about "cutting cultures" and how observing the usage of knives reveal interesting social trend of our society. They tackle for instance the aversion to risk or the loss of a certain food culture.

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  • Who has no knife may not eat pineapples. west african proverb
  • Romance.
  •  = F A Cutting is the separation of a physical object into two portions through the application of an acutely directed force.
  • = = THE tool.
  • Powerful tools need strong rules.
  • When giving a knife as a gift, accept something in return.
  • Zoning.
  • Do use a sharp one.
  • Away from body.
  • Don't just apply pressure - add friction.
  • Quality.
  • Maintenance.   
  • Knife must be harder than object, object must be softer than cutting board, cutting board must be softer than knife.
  • Improvise.
  • Crisis.
  • Necessaire.
  • Sources. _http://www.flickr.com/ _http://www.weirdnewstoday.com/ _http://oil-gas-models.smart-information-products.com/ _http://www.sts-elionix.com/ _http://www.landschaftsmuseum.de/ _http://www.ginsuguys.com/ _http://www.wikipatents.com/ _http://www.wikimedia.org/ _http://pro.corbis.com/ _http://photobucket.com/ _private