@l03s@calcifer I also like the term “slow tech”, like in “slow food”. To me it conveys the idea of “take the time to consider and discuss the potential nefarious impacts of a technology before creating it or using it”, and also doing with what hardware and software we already have, completely in the opposite direction of the current technological race and startup philosophy.
@stragu@l03s I like that idea very much. But for me the issue with "slow tech" is that one of the significant advantages to a technological system that's sustainable, respectful, and thoughtful is that such systems tend to have much better performance
I know "slow tech" as a term isn't intended to mean "slow function"; but I worry that will be the perception
@calcifer@stragu that is a good point, the word slow has negative connotations, and that is almost at the heart of the problem isn't it? That any lack of efficiency and speed has become unacceptable, technology must perform flawlessly and at hyperspeed or else... I do love that slow tech would challenge those assumptions but agree with you that this is not how it will be perceived by most.