articles & presentations
"It is possible to understand problems such as privacy and illegal file sharing on the Internet today not so much as social problems or as the inevitable result of networked technology, but as the result of identifiable design decisions."
In order to address contemporary issues, it will be necessary to start to think about the design of new technologies in a different way, not from the limited perspective of marketing and design, but from an interdisciplinary perspective, which focuses on the impact of various design choices, and integrates insights from social science and philosophy.
Humans have an obligation to think about the potential consequences of their actions, a point articulated in both philosophy and law. “We need to think before we act.”Read More
In order to prepare students to live in a modern world, it is necessary to integrate technology within the curriculum.Read More
Minds that Matter with Mark McIntire: Mark McIntire interviews Nobel Laureates, Writer's, Professors, Poets, Artists, Doctors, Actors, Producers, Directors, and Scientists that call the Central Coast Home.Read More
Not only is it important to integrate technology within the curriculum, it is necessary to encourage students to take leadership as we negotiate over how new technologies are "used, designed, and understood."Read More
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