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Lentis: The Social Interface of Technology

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Lentis: The Social Interface of Technology

Publisher: Wikibooks
ISBN/ASIN: B004SHJBNI

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'Lentis: The Social Interface of Technology' is a guidebook to the realm where technological phenomena and social phenomena intersect. If we think of technology and society as circular domains that overlap, the common domain they share is a lens in shape.

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