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"Actually, millions of human beings have had a hand in my creation, no one of whom even knows more than a very few of the others."– Leonard E. ReadI, Pencil (PDF).pdfI, Pencil (PDF).docxThink about
"Actually, millions of human beings have had a hand in my creation, no one of whom even knows more than a very few of the others."
– Leonard E. Read
Think about this quote, before, during, and after you read the essay, “I, Pencil.”
For this discussion, I would like you to reflect upon this quote and the essay to answer and participate in a discussion about the following:
How is the creation of a technology actually a communal operation? How is the nature of technology, now - not just a tool, but a collection of systems upon systems upon systems? Considering the network, what must we as humans, living in a shared environment, consider in the creation of technology? Have we lost sight of the wonder of technology? The interconnectedness of its nature?