Sometimes this may be a search for deep, philosophical discussion of the finer points of some genius. Other times it may be a fond look at the glorious technological legacy our species has developed. Most often, it'll we'll probably use it as an opportunity to poke fun at the latest person to get a smartphone “accidentally” stuck up their backside.
But to start us off, let us consider mankind's (well, NASA's) phenomenal achievement in carefully landing the ultimate remote-controlled car on the surface of Mars 350-million miles away. Almost more impressive is the ability to beam back high quality images for us all to see. I need to find out what carrier network NASA uses, because I can't even get a signal when I visit my parents out in the country.
But the real burning question is; what's the going rate for a stolen Mars Rover in Mos Eisley?