Information Ecologies: Using Technology with Heart

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Price
$48.00
Publisher
MIT Press
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Pages
246
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.52 inches | 0.74 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780262640428

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About the Author
Bonnie A. Nardi is Professor of Informatics in the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine, and Cofounder of Center for Research in Sustainability, Collapse-preparedness, and Information Technology there. She is the coauthor of Acting with Technology (MIT Press).
Reviews
"ÝA¨ new and refreshing perspective on our technologically dependent society. . . . "Information Ecologies" is an antidote to our current infection: our unquestioning acceptance of, and dependence upon, technology. Nardi and O'Day demonstrate how technology can have a more humane face when handled properly and integrated into a social environment where the human factor isn't ignored."-- David Howell, "Daily Telegraph"
" [A] new and refreshing perspective on our technologically dependent society. . . . "Information Ecologies" is an antidote to our current infection: our unquestioning acceptance of, and dependence upon, technology. Nardi and O'Day demonstrate how technology can have a more humane face when handled properly and integrated into a social environment where the human factor isn't ignored." -- David Howell, "Daily Telegraph"
& quot; [A] new and refreshing perspective on our technologically dependent society. . . . Information Ecologies is an antidote to our current infection: our unquestioning acceptance of, and dependence upon, technology. Nardi and O'Day demonstrate how technology can have a more humane face when handled properly and integrated into a social environment where the human factor isn't ignored.& quot; -- David Howell, Daily Telegraph
"[A] new and refreshing perspective on our technologically dependent society. . . . "Information Ecologies" is an antidote to our current infection: our unquestioning acceptance of, and dependence upon, technology. Nardi and O'Day demonstrate how technology can have a more humane face when handled properly and integrated into a social environment where the human factor isn't ignored."--David Howell, "Daily Telegraph"