People now dominate the Google Zeitgeist
What’s remarkably clear is the total absence of Information Technology related terms or issues. Not that information technology isn’t important. Without information technology, we wouldn’t have the Internet or Google.
But IT is becoming subsumed by the larger social and economic activities that now have come to depend on it being there – like the oxygen we breathe.
And, as it becomes subsumed, it becomes transparent – faceless, hidden, taken for granted (not by all but by most) and immensely important.
As the technology disappears from view (not fast enough for many people) and people come to rely on it (and their own choices of what to use), what deep risks do we – IT professional, the IT analyst and the IT practitioner — run?
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