- Provide three examples (not from the reading--original): 1.) something you consider inherently to be technology; 2.) something you consider inherently NOT to be technology; 3.) something that might be considered technology in certain circumstances but is not always technology. Provide any explanation/clarification as needed--what contributes to making something technology or not?
- Provide your own example of a particular technology that is "interpreted" differently by different people, to illustrate this reading's point about meaning. Explain/discuss the varying meanings of this given technology, considering things such as the preconceived notions or cultural contexts that would contribute to these differences in opinion. For example, you might think of a technology that you and your parents disagree about, or one that has a different meaning/purpose in another (non-American) culture.
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