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Category Archives: Technology
Texts are the sparks of light that start inside your head. They are ideas. You want to communicate them. You want to share your sparks. Technology helps you to deliver them. The spark can say, “I love you. XO.” Technology … Continue reading
I have been pondering the definition of technology for the last few days but have yet to find a suitable definition which is probably the focus of this exercise. However, I do feel that in looking up it’s definition in … Continue reading
Technology is a difficult term to clearly identify because it’s used in so many ways. Presently, technology seems to go hand in hand with digital devices. Personally, in it’s most basic sense, I view technology as a human made tool … Continue reading
I chose this particular image as it represents the new and popular iphone that is being marketed at a frenzy rate to the masses who hungrily seek the fastest and latest device available. It is all about the marketing of … Continue reading
I found the following paragraph quoted from Wikipedia’s page on technology interesting for several reasons, it highlights the controversial nature of technology and raises the issue that technology is probably not unique to humans. I also find it relevant to … Continue reading
What is technology? Well, to a student with special needs having written output issues, it is any tool or device that aids in the writing (above) and the reading (below) process and experience. Here, assistive technologies like Clicker 5 gives … Continue reading
Hi All, I’ve been pondering what technology means (or doesn’t mean) the past few days and have found it an interesting and frustrating task. Some of the dictionary definitions are pretty predictable. The World English Dictionary (vis-a-vis dictionary.com) offers: World … Continue reading
I think text as something more than individual characters, such as words, sentences, and paragraphs. Meaning is usually attached to texts, too. For technology, I will pull a few things out from Murphie and Potts. In their book, Culture & … Continue reading
“Human Centrality. A common view is that science has consistently been correcting our overly inflated view of our own significance. Stephen Jay Gould said, “The most important scientific revolutions all include, as their only common feature, the dethronement of human … Continue reading