Technology and time poverty

Technology and time poverty:

This article from Pacific Northwest Magazine at modern work life and how technology, urgency and multi-tasking are eroding much needed focus and contemplation. It’s a good article that raises several key points ultimately questioning if anything is actually getting more efficient and productive.

“Suppose you tape two empty toilet-paper rolls and take them over your eyes. Walk around like that,


this fits with the argument that i make about why we should not be worried about computer speed in most cases… my argument that slower computers give humans more time to think, to consider, and to do human things, while they wait for their computers, (though people tend to just waste the opportunity being frustrated).