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  • Alexander Rabitsch Friday, 27th January 2012 at 11:48

    Is this a real success? IMHO not at all …. Have a look here what those people do with their children: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/23/technology/at-waldorf-school-in-silicon-valley-technology-can-wait.html?pagewanted=all

  • 風露 Saturday, 28th January 2012 at 17:36

    This is really interesting. I recently saw a ‘documentary’ which adresses the same issue. Contrary to the above stated views, it comes to the conclusion that technology will be the downfall of our society. It is actually veeery biased, not only to a christian/pseudo-religious point of view, imo the filmmaker goes so far to use amateur actors.

    All this shows to me, that there is (like it is considered normal for a free western society) a huge range of opinions of how to encounter technology. But my impression is, that most of the more popular opinios rather demonize technology instead of really reflecting its pros and cons.

    The ‘documentary’ (by Dorit Vaarning) can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svgCuSRRl00

  • Alexander Rabitsch Saturday, 28th January 2012 at 20:47

    thx … :) for the link …

  • zephyrin_xirdal Sunday, 29th January 2012 at 22:06

    Well, it’s the utopia-dystopia dialectic, I guess. Just as it hardly occurs that in cyberpunk stories technologies are rendered downright negative, rather fundamentally ambivalent …

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