The Fast Company tends to publish articles that are wide and far out and hyped up beyond any reality. They beg for critique and – as they tend to delete critical comments – they beg to be monitored regarding that as well. To me, they represent all that is wrong with current tech journalism. We are glad we have them.
People seem to have acquired the idea that they have the inalienable right to stroll through life without either having sweated, picked up anything heavy, worked hard, or eaten less than they wanted at every meal. This approach is, of course, wrong. And it has resulted in a lot of expensive, unattractive, and entirely preventable problems amongst people who seem puzzled about why things aren't going well.--
-Mark Rippetoe, Strong Enough? Thoughts from Thirty Years of Barbell Training