Introduction When I think casually about people working with technology, it is not uncommon for me to instinctively choose a rather narrow view of that activity. I find myself imagining the simple case of "using" the technology. I imagine that: A single person is working He is working successfully using his technology The technology is already set up All needed supplies are on hand The technology is appropriately configured for the work task it is part of, and The user's work task is within the accepted norms of the work situation and is understood by all concerned. Nevertheless, from…
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