I've been putting a lot of thought into this recently, but it feels as if the longer tech has matured, the more inconvenient our lives have overall become. It's possible that the age of silicon was a huge mistake.
I mean really, put aside the excitement we have for technology and think about overall human happiness. The more tech we inject into our lives it seems that apparently we also add more friction in a net loss to whatever metric you want to argue against.
@arthur yes, I feel like this is why so many people in tech quit and start farming / carpentry / some other discipline that requires no technology