Three theories for why you have no time

Better technology means higher expectations, and higher expectations create more work.

One of the truisms of modern life is that nobody has any time. Everybody is busy, burned out, swamped, overwhelmed. So let’s try a simple thought experiment. Imagine that you came into possession of a magical new set of technologies that could automate or expedite every single part of your job.

Derek Thompson
Staff writer at The Atlantic