“In most fields, workers rarely have any formal input over whether their job is automated, or how and when automation could be implemented. Self-automators offer a glimpse of what it looks like when automation is orchestrated not by top-down corporate fiat, but by the same workers who stand to reap its benefits. Some embrace the extra leisure time, while others use the spare hours to learn new skills and tackle new programmatic challenges.” The Coders Programming Themselves Out of a Job. (This is the divide between engineers and the rest of us. Since I’ve been addicted to tech, it’s only added to my daily workload. Everyone I know works more now than before the internet…)