This is a book I wrote when I was working in a Hotel on night shifts. I was increasingly frustrated with the feeling of serfdom with little creative incentive and how much time and energy was being wasted by our current model of labor management. As the protests in Iceland grew louder the demand for "solutions" became increasingly persistent. This is understandable. The only problem is that these topics are complicated. The only way you can describe such plans quickly is if they fit into a previously defined ideology. Otherwise you are going to need ample time to present your ideas, and not many people can afford to give it to you unless they have some specific incentive to do so.
So I decided to write this book, while I was "supposed to be working" in one week, during my 7 day - 12 hour night shift turn, while still doing the things I needed to do at work. This reception job only payed marginally more than unemployment benefits, even though it was a 4 star Hotel. I wanted to demonstrate the waste of human potential and time - and get the sentiments I express in this book across, as I felt it very much plays into the whole theme of it.
I had come across many great ideas of how things could operate more justly and efficiently, now all I needed was to write them all down quickly and get an audience interested enough to give it the time necessary for it to be properly digested and understood. But don't worry, it's all really simple and basic and reading the book will leave you with a full understanding of these concepts.