A great, long read about Chris Csikszentmihályi, my primary supervisor, written by Luke Yoquinto.
“Traditionally, the job of the engineer is to solve problems like that, not question them. But some new technologies cut deeper: solving problems on a functional level, but also raising the question of how we choose which problems to solve.”
““My first real art piece, and the reactions were crazy,” Chris said. “All these men who came to the show were like ‘Wow, is that patented? Are you gonna start a business with this?’” He would tell them, uh, no: “This is supposed to be dystopic.””
““Technology is, like government or economics, a human activity that needs to be organized and governed,” Chris wrote. “Our culture treats technical matters as it did economics during the gold standard.””