Like unbreachable blister packs or awkward sticky tape, paper jams suggest that imperfection will persist, despite our best efforts. They’re also a quintessential modern problem—a trivial consequence of an otherwise efficient technology that’s been made monumentally annoying by the scale on which that technology has been adopted.
“I am afraid to even ask this, but since when is unemployment really a problem? I understand we all want paychecks — or at least money… But do we all really want jobs? “