In the episode History of Timekeeping from the excellent "You're Dead to Me" podcast, the host states that some Romans complained about the increasing use and public visibility of sundials making their life feel too hurried (around the ~12-minute mark).
They quote Plautus:
The Gods confound the man who first found out
How to distinguish the hours---confound him, too Who in this place set up a sundial
To cut and hack my days so wretchedly
Into small pieces
! . . . I can't (even sit down to eat) unless the sun gives leave
I found this complaint to be entertaining in its modern flavor of business, and was curious about other references for similar complaints, but was unable to find any. Are there other such references from reliable sources?