Most Korean and Japanese volunteers who teach in secondary schools live in houses that the schools provide. One afternoon I was hanging out in front of a Korean volunteer’s house, and saw something very funny. Hideki, the Japanese volunteer, was blowing bubbles outside his house, and Mr. Mawazo and his wife was amazed at the bubbles. Mawazo, being so astonished, impressed, and entertained, decided to take a picture of the bubbles using his cell phone camera.
I blew bubbles when cell phones were as big as bricks and cameras all used film. So who said development has to be linear?