NEGATIVE - CRITIQUE - CRITIQUE OF WORK 332
SOLVENCY: WE WONT HAVE TO OVER-RELY ON TECHNOLOGY
WE CAN LIVE WITHOUT WORK AND WITHOUT TECHNOLOGIZING IT. CREATIVE TECHNICIANS WOULD BE FREE TO DO WONDERFUL THINGS
Bob Black, the abolition of work, 1992, FringeWare Review, 01:25 Bob Black, PO Box 2159, Albany, NY 12220; http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~sfraser/cat/dwu/ // acs
I haven't as yet even mentioned the possibility of cutting way down on the little work that remains by automating and cybernizing it. All the scientists and engineers and technicians freed from bothering with war research and planned obsolescence should have a good time devising means to eliminate fatigue and tedium and danger from activities like mining. Undoubtedly they'll find other projects to amuse themselves with. Perhaps they'll set up world-wide all-inclusive multi-media communications systems or found space colonies.