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We go so far as to say that without a doubt, liberatory technology – or open source and lifetime design - is a prerequisite for sustainable living. The promise of technology – making life easier – has not been delivered. The have-nots continue in slave labor and the haves have not decreased the number of their working hours. To get to liberation and to sustainable living, we must start with technology that does not require our constant energy to keep it alive. We must rethink our need to work so many hours of our precious lives.
Your cost of living is the cost of all the things – or technologies – that you buy. These are based on scarcity, monopoly, and planned obsolescence. The market must keep things scarce, or otherwise there would be no profit.
Open Source, Lifetime Design is an antidote to all these ills.