Thoughts on lawyers, dealmaking, M&A and other quirks of corporate life.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Passing of a Non-Corporate Tool
Farewell to Kurt Vonnegut, dead at 84 despite a lifetime of chainsmoking, general despiser of corporate toil and its costs (personal, environmental, spiritual, etc.) and author of many a fine, darkly satirical novel. My favorite is still his first: Player Piano, which envisions a near-future world where virtually all work is done by machines. Resistance? Futile, as you can well imagine.