infatuation with technology is like all infatuations - it makes one blind to anything but what they want to see, when it comes to the target of that infatuation. i can appreciate an optimistic perspective at times, but optimism without a dose of practical analysis/observation is just another pair of rose-colored glasses.
btw, just to be clear, i am no primitivist, although i do lean strongly in the direction of anti-civ (those are not the same thing, though they share a good amount of critique). however, primitivists have some of the best critique of technology, so i'd strongly suggest reading up on that (if, that is, you have any interest in critique of something you seem to already have ... strong ideas [trying to be considerate here]... around). theanarchistlibrary.org has tons of related stuff, do a search on "technology" there, you should find some meaty stuff to chew on.
if you seriously think technology will free humans from "work", you have not been paying attention for the past 40 years. i have heard of many people complaining about losing their jobs overseas (where the work is done by other humans, at lower pay); i personally have never heard a single person complain of losing their job to technology (i'm not saying it hasn't happened, just that i've never come across it). its kind of analogous to the promise (decades ago) of computers leading to the "paperless office". what a fucking joke!
from an @-perspective, a major problem with technology is the level of destruction, imposition and oppression necessary to create it. for some people, that destruction may be worth it. but for others, myself included, it is not. and the big issue for me is that i had no choice in the creation of this technological world, yet i am infinitely impacted by it, mostly (though not entirely) in ways i despise. the technological world was imposed upon me, and it sounds like you would choose to do that ever more. not my idea of anarchy.
so, when you talk (in the other thread) about everybody getting together, everybody agreeing on one (anarchic!?!?) way of living, can you see how that could never possibly work with so many divergent perspectives, desires, priorities, etc? if you want to create a technological "utopia", i'd have no problem with that as long as it did not impact my life. unfortunately, there is no major technology i'm aware of that doesn't impact the lives of pretty much every living thing on the planet (by its creation if not its usage). some see that impact as positive, some see it as negative (and of course neither/both as well). how will you reconcile that in your one-world-of-anarchy?