Ventures of an indie game developer

Oh the Whizzdom!

This is probably the wisest I ever read about society. Truthfully, I haven't read much, if anything, by historical political thinkers. But still. The last part might be a bit fluffy, but I find the document still is valid on modern society some 80 years after it was written. Which to me is huge, put into the context where we so often speak about how "everything" now moves so fast. (Which in turn points out that by "everything" we usually mean technical innovation rather than the important parts of our society.)

So I'll set a working goal for myself within my game company to be: I'll do less of "altering the position of matter at or near the earth's surface relatively to other such matter" and more of leisure. I want to be a bit like Leo and Tim, which would help me dodge Parkinson's trap "[w]ork expands so as to fill the time available for its completion." 4h days are going to be such a breeze after 12h dittos.

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Gothenburg, Sweden