Can mony buy us love? Or make us happy? The Sixties revolution promised love and peace but then sold out to the market. The hippies grew up into boomer yuppies. Their children defined by demographics and brands. Can we still find love without money?
We are all children of the 60s, even millenials. A lot happened then that shapes our world now. But the decade that opened with the promise of liberation and peace ended with riots and body bags returning from Vietnam. What happened to ‘all you need is love’ and the revolution?
Do accidents just happen? Or do we encourage bad driving by designing cars where we do less of the driving? Have we hard wired a consumer ethic into our automated technologies of distraction in our quest for freedom? 9 minutes read