Michael Shulman's Shared Notes

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Early computers worked with existing paradigms, mimicking existing modes of thinking. Computers wrote linear documents, just as had been written by hand and then by typewriter, albeit computers added richer editing capabilities.

  • Some trace many modern computing schemas to thinking that is still rooted in the printing press, and fault this way of thinking for the limited ways in which computers currently augment our intelligence. (Personal conversations * - need to see if this was an idea they had found/written in the lit somewhere.) - edit, this is more relevant to types of human intelligence
Scribbles on dimensions of technology