To be fair, language used to address modern-day technology in many US web accessibility laws is a little… foggy. A report of the World Economic Forum, The Lisbon Review from 2008, mentions Sweden, as the country having the most competitive economy in the European Union (ahead of Denmark and Finland (The Lisbon Review 2008, Geneva: Word Economic Forum 2008, see also European Innovation Scoreboard 2007, 2008.
Machines have their purpose and they will always be there sharing their space among us. But they shouldn’t ever knock off last set of human contribution from a working unit”, Gandhi felt this contribution above mentioned is inevitable, of course, not for the system but for man himself.
Not everyone can consume (or make sense of) quite as many diverse information sources as Kedrosky can, but his point is a good one: the random information flow that we are bathed in when we are online or using social media and devices like smartphones can just as easily be a source of inspiration and creativity as a killer of those things.
The Modern Technology / Ancient Manuscripts project is committed to the idea that the best way for students to learn about the digital humanities is through their direct involvement in all aspects of the design, implementation, analysis, and use of a cutting-edge, digital humanities tool.
A modern example is the rise of communication technology, which has lessened barriers to human interaction and, as a result, has helped spawn new subcultures; the rise of cyber culture has, at its basis, the development of the Internet and the computer.