If you would consider these screenshots below, it might throw some light on the question posed in the first, from the Woke-left Wired:
Yes, why do simple minds, complex and tortuous in their justifications for their man-made future, fall for the ultimately unsustainable and impossible idea?
Stylish idea, simple, a con, desperately wanting that here and now, all at once, no need to think ... rather than the eternal verities:
A childlike belief in this sort of "artwork":
Reminding us to buy buy buy, sign up and pay, then running an article about how a certain search engine alters billions of searches to direct you to a monetising result, rather than an accurate one. And here's part of the article on why the tech mind, the non-spiritual, historically ignorant, falls every time:
Idea => quick solution => trick => $$$$$$ ... just look at the ad which goes with the text ... attractive to a Wired reader ...Q.E.D. The reality though? Nothing simple, even in this post right now. Hidden behind this post, in simple Arial, is this:
By the way .... how many techies are male, how many female? How many head office, admins, are now female? The lure of Carly Fiorina type exciting new ideas:
Also look at the lady's avatar, her style of historicity, her age, the ancient of days, compared to the simplistic font and style-less flags. Consider my own handwriting:
What handwriting is it?