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Where stuff is. Shipping infrastructure, libraries, architecture.

Where stuff is. Shipping infrastructure, libraries, architecture.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1038 • View online
For a couple of decades now, we have been looking to information technology, as the solution in and of itself, to fix business inefficiencies, to replace costly human talent, to expand financial portfolios. Through much pain and stress, we are now served up an opportunity to understand new technology for what it is: a force for innovation under human control, which fortifies reason and extends prosperity to all. Of course, the study of history has shown us, all along, over and over, what every iteration of technology can do, in the right hands.

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