Okay, so some time ago I read an article about classic sci-fi novels and there was one I really wanted to read, but I didn't write it down. The basic premise is in the future, they've invented replication machines that can make anything you ask for and everybody has one and how it has negatively impacted society. It's basically in indictment of technological advancement and how it makes us all lazy and dependent. It was written in the 50s or 60s and I can't remember the name of the Author or the Title. I thought it was something like "The A to Z Machine," or the "Anything Machine," but multiple searches on google and amazon have been fruitless.
Has anybody ever heard of this book?