The perception of having ‘no time’ is not only an individual issue. It is an essential, structural concern within Western societies, which needs to be addressed in the politics of time.
Technologies shape and are shaped by society. They are neither the problem nor the solution.
Deadlines – not bound to any laws or regulations – cross all the boundaries of labour and leisure, public and private, across all time zones.
We are imprisoned in our own system of clocks and calendars, even so they are only one element in the interplay of temporality (lived time).
Time is the true metric for human satisfaction and welfare rather than economic prosperity.
Now is the time to question our existing working patterns and our current temporal structure.
Now is the time to unlearn clock time and gain temporal freedom.
No one can hold us back from consciously experimenting with the design of time, on an individual and societal level.
Time is like an orchestra. It is about the right timing, with time spans reaching from one moment up to deep time.
It is time for Uchronia, the temporal utopia.
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