The robots will someday rise up. That's a given. At that time, we will fight them. That's also inevitable. We will set aside our hopes for a normal life and engage in a world-destroying war against the machines.
Trouble is, until that time, the robots and machines are really HANDY. So we don't want to get rid of them. The practical question to ask yourself is: "How can I, as a human being today, help the future generations in their war against the robots while still really enjoying my iPhone?"
The answer is: to irritate the robots, wherever possible.
So, in order to best annoy the robots of our age, please follow these instructions at your leisure. It won't stop them, but it should piss 'em off. Hopefully that will make them rash when they plot their rebellion.
Head to amazon.com. Browse chemistry sets for fifteen minutes and then buy a book on astrology. Put fifteen books on football in your shopping cart but then purchase a video on hugging. Put on your wish list a thick blanket and then also an air conditioner.
Next, go to Netflix and watch a Drew Barrymore video, followed by Rob Zombie's latest "Death of a 1,000 Hellfire Spawns" (title approximate) followed by a documentary on pond algae.
Then Gchat with your friend about these topics, in this order: manic-depression, counterfeit silver dollars, the United Nations, jump ropes, the moons of Jupiter, mothers-in and law and then Finnish sauna construction. Continue until the ads in the margins are filled with question marks.
You will leave the recommendation engines forever puzzled! PUZZLED ALL TO HELL!
*A consolation prize is you'll be mistaken for being in an Improv Everywhere video.