Finally, the accelerating pace undermines each of our lives. Some individuals find pressure to keep pace exhilarating. Increasingly, however, the crescendo in the chorus of complaints about stress from having more on one’s platter than can be managed effectively has risen to a deafening pitch. Time-saving gadgets don’t help when one must learn how to use hundreds of features. Stress leads to sleep disorders, disease, and a sense that one’s life is out of control.
Wendell Wallach, A Dangerous Master (263)