Is Anti-Work the Gift that Keeps Giving?

A few months back I posted this article called Creativity Loves Constraints’: The Paradox of Google’s Twenty Percent Time, by Abe Walker and it explored this concept of “the gift” via the philosopher Derrida. Walker describes the gift via Derrida as such: …the genuine gift is aneconomic, that is, its logic is beyond – though…

What Does it Mean to Play a Game?

One of the main ways that anti-work advocates sometimes envision an alternative world is the broadening of games. Why so? Largely because games are by definition voluntary, done for their own sake and involve the active and enthusiastic participation of all involved. The consequences are sometimes (though not always) trivial and thus more flexibility can…