Most PandoDaily readers, I assume, accept the idea that technology can make our lives better. We lionize companies like Google, Twitter, Intel, Apple, and Microsoft. We applaud CEOs as celebrities, and, as was the case with Steve Jobs, mourn their passing. We carry devices in our pockets packed with more computing power than the computers onboard Apollo 11, when man first stepped foot on the moon. We greet new product launches like our grandfathers and great grandfathers welcomed conquering heroes in the 1930s, with relentless blog and media coverage the equivalent of ticker-tape parades up Broadway.