It’s not that technology is bad. Of course it isn’t. The problem is that human culture has not matured sufficiently to handle the almost god-like powers of modern technology. Instead we’re using them to kill each other and ourselves. The problem that faces us is actually the same that faced the ancient philosophers who puzzled over the problems of political life. How do we foster a civilization based on love, respect, and mutual cooperation, rather than the habitual structures of power, domination, and greed?
I relish most technology...look forward with glee to new innovations and applications. I find it all fascinating and stimulating, mind expanding if you will...but Dashiell makes a good point that while technology won't usually work flawed...human's continually do.