Be realistic. Demand the impossible John Quiggin – Prospects of a Keynesian utopia (actually, a Situationist slogan)
. The other good news from the future—try this after a night out—is that “there will be no alarm clock in your wake-up routine [because] you’ll be roused by the aroma of freshly brewed coffee.” It’s a grim future for tea-drinkers—but what can the poor saps do? “Technology-driven change is inevitable.” Except, of course, when it isn’t (“you cannot storm an interior ministry by mobile phone”); but that, too, is perhaps a matter of time.
Or how to properly make fun of silicon valley things - sometimes your vision of the future is jsut wrong (and drink more tea :) )
I have come to a judgment: If you tell me I look like Curious George, I am not going to go out of my way to help you get a job. found in an im this morning. I have weird friends
Modern design had shed its opulent coat of ornament and instead sought beauty in a harmonious fusion of form and function. Authentic Design | Smashing Magazine
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