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.
It is the culture of the intensely technophilic - even those who write of techno-dystopias and apocalypses are enrapt in a love-hate relationship with technology. The borders between the four dominions - those of scientists, writers, readers and science-fiction fans - are hopelessly blurred, with countless individuals holding joint citizenships.--
-Graham Collins (2001) Shamans of Small - Nanofiction. in: Scientific American 09/2001, p:78.