A Silicon Valley entrepreneur offers a minority view on "progress."
Games can recover play in learning, but we still have to know what it means to "learn."
Technology is as old as Eden. Tools for tilling the garden were anticipations of quill pens and steam engines and the smartphone in your pocket. The first "hack" was a needle that sewed together Adam and Eve's fig leaves. We are called to shape and form worlds. So it's not a question of whether we'll employ technology in our cultural labour; the only interesting question is how.
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