Drabble – Bloody Computers

He looked over his glasses, machined and lasered in shape to preserve his vision as best it could in his later years, and surveyed the auto-CAD designed room, engineered to maximise the people who could hear him as he spoke clearly, giving each student room to sit and take notes. Sweater, automatically woven by robotic systems from cotton in America, exported to five countries through the lightning-fast exchange of commodities on a digital market, wrinkled, and he curled his lip in disdain as a class of students here to write started word processors.

“Bloody computers, never made anything more efficient.”