Ingrid Erickson, Lisa Nathan, Nassim Jafarinaimi, Cory Knobel, Matthew Ratto
Our relationship to technology continues to change, in no small part due to the insights of those involved in the design and critique of technological systems and devices. During the past few decades, we have moved beyond a functionalist understanding of the ways in which we engage with technology and embraced the idea that the human-technology relationship is complex and nuanced. Rather than see technologies as external and separate from us, we now understand that we exist within socio-technical infrastructures. We inhabit technological ecosystems that allow us to shift from one device to another, move from one context to…
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