18 Sept 2012
A great soliloquy: Everything's broken and nobody's upset
This is possible the greatest thing I've read. A developer, Scott Hanselman, reports a multitude of issues on his computer systems that we just take for granted and just press on regardless.
It could also be a metaphor for our everyday life, work life and the people who govern us; we just tune them out and get on with our lives. We are too distracted by trying to keep our our position in the rat race to realise that we're being taken for a ride and do something about it; in much the same way that we're busy trying to earn a living and keep a roof above our heads to rebel against our thieving governments. Read it here and see how many you identify with.
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