I don’t want to be smart, you?
Luis Eduardo Dejo
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This isn’t the direct thrust of your well-articulated post, but I keep thinking about how as our devices and networks and systems have become smarter and smarter, we’re still working more and more. We’ve gained tremendous efficiencies, but instead of using all the time we’ve supposedly gained, what do we do? We use our smart technology to work more, which is a rather perverse outcome.

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