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In Amish Country, the Future Is Calling
by Kevin Granville and Ashley Gilbertson
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15 September 2017
On 15 September 2017 The New York Times reported:
A young woman, wearing a traditional full-length Amish dress and white bonnet, stepped away from a farmer's market, opened her palm and revealed a smartphone. She began to scroll through screens, seemingly oblivious to the activity around her. Not far away, a man in his late 60s with a silvery beard, wide-brimmed straw hat and suspenders adjusted the settings on a computer-driven crosscut saw. He was soon cutting pieces for gazebos that are sold online and delivered around the country. The Amish have not given up on horse-drawn buggies. Their rigid abstinence from many kinds of technology has left parts of their lifestyle frozen since the 19th century ... But computers and cellphones are making their way into some Amish communities ... New technology has created fresh opportunities for prosperity among the Amish, just as it has for people in the rest of the world.
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