Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives.
Everyone wants to be original these days.
The trouble is that people’s imaginations often work in linear ways.
The US Social Security Administration released its list of baby names for 2016 on Friday. And there, at the very top of the list titled “Names that increased in popularity from 2015 to 2016” was, um, Kylo. It shot up from being the 2,368th most popular to position 901.
It doesn’t take a leap of the mind to work out where this trend came from. Surely these are parents paying homage to Kylo Ren, he who made a temporary switch from being the slightly mad one in “Girls” to the slightly mad one in “Star Wars:…