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Architect or Bee?: The Human / Technology Relationship

by Mike Cooley

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Cooley urges us to take another look at progress, to strip away the technological jargon, and to penetrate the ideological haze that clouds our view.
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This is a book about the technologization of work and its potentially harmful consequences: taylorism, unemployment, alienation, degrading of professional skills, and so on. It serves as a useful reminder of the responsibility involved in designing for professional use.
  jonas.lowgren | Dec 16, 2010 |
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