If you’re one of those folks who’s made a career of burying you face in the sand, here’s a great post to make you look up, finally.
Yes, there are major problems with technology, but it is a fact of life and something to be reckoned with.
Ripple, ripple, fade out . . . Fade in and its suddenly the 15th Century and a group of monks are standing around holding a “conversation” about technology.
“That damn printing press. Its putting us out of work. Being a scribe in the monastery isn’t the most fulfilling work, but it has been steady and secure for centuries. And now Gutenberg has upset the apple cart.”
And on and on . . .
So it goes, but many of us are trying (really hard) to strike a reasonable balance with accepting – and for some, embracing technology.
Thanks to Lee Congdon (@lcongdon) and Forbes