Portlandia makes fun of the Age of Useless Self-Perpetuating Technology.

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Speed = Busyness = Ironically Inefficient.

Personally, I don’t appreciate what was until now a very fun show making fun of me:


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5 Responses to “Portlandia makes fun of the Age of Useless Self-Perpetuating Technology.”

  1. Yogini5 says:

    That guy is suffering from adult Attention Deficit Disorder or caffeine overload …
    but I'm not ruling out side effects of information overload, either …

  2. Alden says:

    HAHA I was the person that posted that top ten cutest puppies on Huffington Post. They are literally making fun of me.

  3. […] Fred Armisten from watching their comedy shorts. (Fred is now starring in the very popular TV show Portlandia.) Here’s one of their shorts called Book Club featuring Fred […]

  4. […] Mindfulness. Take breaks. Be present. Do one thing at a time. Remember your mission or vision, instead of getting lost in the technology loop. […]

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