Technology Change Quotes

Quotes tagged as "technology-change" (showing 1-7 of 7)
Neil Postman
“technological change is not additive; it is ecological. A new technology does not merely add something; it changes everything”.”
Neil Postman

David H. Millar
“From school desks with inkwells and scratchy nibs on paper to sweaty finger prints on a tablet... technology progression yes... style?”
David H. Millar

“[...] fundamental PIM problems are surprisingly resistant to technology change. [...] Despite apparent technology improvements, we still forget to deal with vital actionable items. find it hard to judge the value of new information, keep large amounts of infomation of questionable value, and fail to retrieve important information that we have made stringent efforts to organize.”
Ofer Bergman, The Science of Managing Our Digital Stuff

Clay Shirky
“Sharing thoughts and expressions and even actions with others, possibly many others, is becoming a normal opportunity, not just for professionals and experts but for anyone who wants it. This opportunity can work on scales and over duration that were previously unimaginable. Unlike personal or communal value, public value requires not just new opportunities for old motivations; it requires governance, which is to say ways of discouraging or preventing people from wrecking either the process or the product of the group.”
Clay Shirky

Clay Shirky
“Civic participants don't aim to make life better merely for members of the group. They want to improve even the lives of people who never participate...”
Clay Shirky

“​It is Obscene to keep Printing Newspapers in the Digital Era”
Vineet Raj Kapoor

“But this is the ultimate contradiction of cinema. It's a medium BORN of technology, AFRAID of technology and evolving towards the future BECAUSE OF technology.”
Edward Ross, Filmish: A Graphic Journey Through Film