Happy All the Time

As biometric tracking takes over the modern workplace, the old game of labor surveillance is finding new forms

‘A Cotton Office in New Orleans’ by Edgar Degas, 1873, via Wikimedia Commons/public domain

Call them soldiers, call them monks, call them machines: so they were but happy ones, I should not care.
— Jeremy Bentham…

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