Technology isn’t a problem; it’s neither good nor bad, neither here nor there. The problem is that we come to technology with certain expectations, beliefs about technology’s capabilities and promise. Then, we, as a culture, don’t think critically about technology’s efficacy. Instead, we apply our technological expectations to ourselves. The basic premise of technology in […]
If you missed part one, read it Here. A Touch of Context As I mentioned in part one of this essay, a friend of mine once told me that if you could build something, you could design it. When he made his claim, I felt we were on the path to understanding the limitations of knowledge.