Beautiful reflection from Ursula K. Le Guin in her "Rant about Technology":
"Technology is the active human interface with the material world.
But the word is consistegyntly misused to mean only the enormously complex and specialised technologies of the past few decades, supported by massive exploitation both of natural and human resources."
@disco_coop Wow! The last paragraph is wonderful: “All the same, I agree with my reviewer that I don't write hard science fiction. Maybe I write easy science fiction. Or maybe the hard stuff's inside, hidden — like bones, as opposed to an exoskeleton.... “
A Fediverse instance for people interested in cooperative and collective projects.