via Wet Hot American Bummer By Kara Crabb



Bummer. 2013 was a lost year for tech. Mobile phones stagnated, wearables were a letdown, former giants continued their inglorious decline (Microsoft), merger & acquisitions replaced innovation (Apple), the arrogance of technology’s ruling class increased, social media became profitable, if not compelling, media ravenous for stories bought into techno-hype. And finally, the NSA spying scandal put a chill on the biggest technological shifts of coming years.

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So yes, to say something highbrow, the (r)evolution eats its children. Jobs are not being created as they used to.

Now before you go back to crying a lot lately, find comfort in what the hardest working man in social media has to say. Watch all of it, it’s tangible salesmanship not abstract humanitarian crap.