Transliteracy

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  2. I have been thinking about technology and how it seems folks fall into two camps – absolutely ga-ga every time something new comes out or total neigh-sayers. Neither group, I think,”gets” transliteracy. I've read the definitions but I think it means being able to function in the world in which you live. So where does the ability to look at new tools and technologies and decide which will enhance your life fall in all this? Can it be taught?

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  3. I have been thinking about technology and how it seems folks fall into two camps – absolutely ga-ga every time something new comes out or total neigh-sayers. Neither group, I think,”gets” transliteracy. I've read the definitions but I think it means being able to function in the world in which you live. So where does the ability to look at new tools and technologies and decide which will enhance your life fall in all this? Can it be taught?

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