6/24/2014 8:00:00 PM
Write this down: Labels like “digital
immigrants” and “digital natives”—
and the connotations that they
carry—do more harm than good
in conversations about changing
The next time you find yourself afraid
that the “overuse” of technology is a
harbinger of the end of civilization
as we know it, calm down. It is. But
behind those screens you might very
well be surprised to find people who
pursue their passion in a way that
makes them most productive.
If we call an initiative by the name of
the strategy, rather than the results
we hope to see, will we actually
achieve the end goal?
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