"The spread of computers and the internet will put jobs in two categories: people who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do."
-- Marc Andreessen
I feel like I'm still trying to tell my computer to tell me what to do 😅
@fribbledom I classify things as "people jobs" and "computer jobs" and bad things happen if people do computer jobs or computers do people jobs
@fribbledom Missing in the list: People who try to tell their computers to do their stuff themselves… :D
@fribbledom that is always how a learner feels. Zen principle of purposelessness as a purpose. There is no greater teacher in life. Feel happy you are where many only dream of.
@fribbledom i'm in both of those groups each day 😊 😔
@fribbledom A perfect capitalist dystopia as Andreessem would love to experience it.
@fribbledom Point taken, but Andreessen has a very limited world view. He epitomizes the Silicon Valley lack of understanding of humanity.
@fribbledom Mister Andreessen! 😎
@fribbledom Gunther Dück hat das auch mal auf den Punkt gebracht mit Bezug auf Lernfähigkeit und wie man sich Sachen erarbeiten kann, am Beispiel der Beratung bei der Bank. Er sagte sinngemäß: "man ist entweder Betrachter der Vorderseite eines Bildschirms, oder Betrachter der Rückseite des Bildschirms". Als Betrachter der Rückseite musst Du dem/der an der Vorderseite halt alles glauben.
@wago We're all button pushers now to varying degrees. But that's not what matters, what matters is what we do with technology.
Andreessen is not wrong because he ignores the power of technology, Andreessen is wrong because he can **only** imagine a world in which some people are educated, literate, and productive, and others are poor obedient serfs.
OFC, computers don't tell people what to do, capitalists use computers to tell people what to do. And Andreessen is one of them.
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