How Computers Change the Way We Think

The Chronicle of Higher Education writes “Computers haven’t changed us much — only our self-images, our privacy, our reasoning, our assumptions, and our views of mastery, good, and evil, writes Sherry Turkle, a professor of the social studies of science and technology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This article is from the Chronicle of Higher Education, 1/30/04, vol. 50, Issue 21, Page B26.
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