I honestly think we're all moving toward the wrong direction. The game industry is living in a speed-up productivity bubble very similar to the late 90's when, for the first time, a common employee started to count as mere gear within the system and big companies could do basicaly whatever they wanted in the name of new technologies.
I understand that we all have our role in this story, because of the demand process. Think of Amazon, for example.
I think we need to reorder things and no more accept money as the only valuable thing in our careeer.
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