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February 27, 2009


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I totally agree. In several different positions that I've had, there's not just a phobia sometimes associated with technology. I would describe it as an antipathy. Some people are suspect of technology as though it casts evil spells on production.

In contrast, technology really is about getting work done faster. For instance, you gave the example of iPods blocking out noise so people can work better. My company makes iPhone apps. One of them is a financial calculator called BisCal. (You can look it up on the App Store if you want.) Essentially, a company banning different tools like these may find itself in a bad fix eventually with production.

So thanks for the blog post. Very insightful.

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