The Compelling Tangle of Modernity and Technology

@inproceedings{Misa2010TheCT,
  title={The Compelling Tangle of Modernity and Technology},
  author={T. Misa},
  year={2010}
}
answering questions. “Please step this way, I have a few things to ask you. . . . Did you pack your own bags this morning? Has a stranger given you anything to carry? Where were you staying in the Netherlands? I do need to see your passport.” I decide to give straight answers, even if the smiling young woman— officially, I suppose, with the full power of the Dutch nation-state behind her— soon enough goes way beyond the script of ensuring safe travel. “How many days did you stay? What were you… Expand
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