Self-driving cars

Almost nothing is more personal, in the modern world, than the choices one makes while driving. People hardly recognize how often they improvise behind the wheel, how tickled they are by banners at Target, or by memories fortified driving toward some surprising point.

4 Comments»

  Robert Basil wrote @

Telling a car where to go is not the same as driving. In the context of my post, this means that the former activity is devoid of joy.

  sanjose61 wrote @

My most common observation on driving is less optimistic… that driving is proof that most humans can do something for decades and never get better at it.

  Robert Basil wrote @

What a great comment- thank you!

  sanjose61 wrote @

But… I wouldn’t have it any other way.


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