“Our Cubicles, Ourselves” — from The Atlantic

From The Atlantic, “Our Cubicles, Ourselves” 

This, today, because: “Right now my field must tackle describing a world where falling in love, going to war and filling out tax forms looks the same; it looks like typing.” – Quinn Norton

Separating technology from the very experiences of being human is now impossible, but yet the challenge remains: how do we embrace technology as a means of furthering our productivity without disrupting or displacing the very things about that work and productivity that make us human? Can we connect without losing the connections? and so on.

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