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Technical innovations shape only a small part of computer and network culture. It doesn’t matter much who invented the microprocessor, the mouse, TCP/IP or the World Wide Web; nor does it matter what ideas were behind these inventions.
What matters is who uses them. Only when users start to express themselves with these technical innovations do they truly become relevant to culture at large.
http://digitalfolklore.org/

Technical innovations shape only a small part of computer and network culture. It doesn’t matter much who invented the microprocessor, the mouse, TCP/IP or the World Wide Web; nor does it matter what ideas were behind these inventions.

What matters is who uses them. Only when users start to express themselves with these technical innovations do they truly become relevant to culture at large.

http://digitalfolklore.org/