Very tempting to go on little about the Cult of Personality, draw conclusions from previous examples. For some reason, even though he was a skinny little man, Pol Pot springs to mind. Yet history is awash with those frailties of personality that enable leaders to dominate their followers. I guess too it's a "Great Man" theory which offers purpose through mindless obedience. At the same time, I'm one of those sufficiently obnoxious members of the species who cannot name what might be called a personal hero. Leopards don't count, I'm told. A character flaw possibly, or perhaps far too anxious to spot flaws in others and I am particularly good at spotting flaws in Windows 10. Which this side of the interface does in my view qualify as a Cult of Personality which is right up there with our very own Kara Ĉefo, Esperanto for Dear Leader, a stultulo if ever there was one.
The stress of a failed Windows 10 update and one thing and another was finally
solved. However the endless, day long and apparently pointless subsequent
updates have clearly expressed their intention to turn my life from an exercise
in calm into a Running of the Bulls. Then out of nowhere, and without any
prompting from me, I got a message. "Aren't you lucky!" it read. "Your device
has just got the latest Windows 10 update..important security..find out what's
new...etc, etc..." I was never asked if I wanted anything to do with the
updates, I don't feel in the least lucky, the whole thing was just foisted upon
me, my time, my emotions, and it's quite a long list. My better instinct is to
throw the technical device out of the window and be done with it. Instead I find
myself kowtowing to it. It's no wonder we're all doomed.