Ed Brenegar writes:
> Here's my take. Technology is any physical object used to enhance human
> endeavor. It may be a stick, flint and some rope, or it could be a
> computer and modem. The advent of the automobile, plane, telephone, and
> the computer and it's peripherals enables me to do the work that I do.
I agree, except for the phrase "physical object". For example, I'd
consider systems dynamics as a technology, as well as many of the
intellectual tools, techniques, and methods discussed on this list.
Don Dwiggins "Man can make System great, SEI Information Technology but System cannot make Man great" email@example.com -- Confucius
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