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  1. Kelly Lockeman February 26, 2011 at 8:00 pm |

    This sounds like an interesting book. When you are done reading, would you be willing to lend it to me for my nook?

  2. Derek Bruff March 17, 2011 at 9:28 pm |

    I thought this was a surprising analysis of Ashley’s comment about technology being like the sky: “To Ashley, technology is not a tool to use, as it is for many adults. It is the center of her life…she most certainly is consumed with it and by it.”

    Would Ashley say that she’s consume with and by the sky? No, I think she would say that the sky is just there. It’s part of her environment, and there’s an assumption that it will always be around.

    I’m guessing that’s what she meant by saying technology is like the sky. It’s just there. It’s part of her environment, and there’s an assumption that it will always be around.

    What will a student like Ashley think when she walks into a college classroom where there’s no technology in use? Would it be a bit like waking up one morning and looking out the window to find out the sky isn’t there anymore?

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