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Arthur C. Clarke | Technology Quotes
Any technology that does not appear magical is insufficiently advanced.
Marshall McLuhan
Each new technology is a reprogramming of sensory life.
John A. Stankovic
Almost all computer systems of the future will utilize real-time scientific principles and technology.




Marshall McLuhan
Technologies themselves, regardless of content, produce a hemispheric bias in the users.
Roger Zelazny
The power to hurt... has evolved in a direct relationship to technological advancement.
Marshall McLuhan | Technology Quotes
A moral point of view too often serves as a substitute for understanding in technological matters.
Robert Kuttner
Technological advance often thrives in sheltered and subsidized markets, which defy free trade.
Saul Gorn
Science vs. Technology: We should know why things must act as they do, to make them act as we want them to.
Arthur C. Clarke
Our lifetime may be the last that will be lived out in a technological society.
Marshall McLuhan
The potential of any new technology is always dissipated by its users involvement in its predecessors.
Robert Kuttner | Technology Quotes
Technological change is beneficial only when other jobs replace the ones lost.




Larry Niven
9) Ethics change with technology.
Peter Dicken
Innovation - the heart of technological change - is fundamentally a learning process.
Hal Abelson
"It is not that there is some magic technology. It is what are you going to do with it?"
Robert M. Pirsig
Making... an art out of your technological life is the way to solve the problem of technology.
In this century, technology will concentrate on the brain, whose heavenly potential, is yet to be realized.
Marshall McLuhan
After childhood, the senses specialize via the channels of dominant technologies and social weaponries.
Lawrence Lessig
Law and technology produce, together, a kind of regulation of creativity we've not seen before.
Bernard Crick
Quite apart from the prestige of technology, people do, after all, prefer a simple idea to a complex one.
Margaret Thatcher
Never believe that technology alone will allow America to prevail as a superpower.


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