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17/03/2010

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And of course, looking for applications *after* a technology has been designed and built is a great way to make sure it is "fit for purpose".

We have found this thing in the Tower of London with ropes, wheel and a ratchet. The NHS thinks it could be used to give patients traction. If anybody else can think of a use for it, do let us know.

It used to called a rack, but we think of it more as an identity expander.

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