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Alive Enough? Reflecting on Our Technology with Sherry Turkle
On Being, Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 0am
Each of us, in our everyday interactions, chooses between letting technology shape us and shaping it towards human purposes, even towards honoring what we hold dear. Sherry Turkle, director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self, is full of usable ideas — from how to declare email bankruptcy to teaching our children the rewards of solitude. (Shortride)
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