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The Disappearance of Technology: The Movie

How different technology is viewed by our world
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Tim Lo

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of The Disappearance of Technology: The Movie

Brian Reed Christine Carr CJ Johnson Hannah Kim Lisa Stevens Marisa Menendez Matt Popielarczyk Pedro Santillanes Technology: Disappearances, Biases, and More Technology can be forgotten, left under
a layer of more recent technology Certain technologies seem natural due to age This doesn't make it any less of a technology Younger generations vs. Older Generations Technology isn't always fair or even Race
Age Disabled Technology cannot be easily defined Distracting, harmful? Ratio of reliance to understanding? There has certainly been a range of ideas, and while several
posters depicted similar ideas, the scope and scale of ideas
was still fairly varied. In her response, Maureen Hogan asked about generational differences Hogan also talks about technology as a barrier So much diversity New poster? Specify Is the only way Maybe The Disappearance of Technology: Toward an Ecological Model of Literacy
By Maureen Hogan, and Chip Bruce Not vanishing physically, but overlooking technology Suggestions? Chapter's main ideas=movie poster focus
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