The Digital Architecture of Time Management

@article{Wajcman2019TheDA,
  title={The Digital Architecture of Time Management},
  author={J. Wajcman},
  journal={Science, Technology, & Human Values},
  year={2019},
  volume={44},
  pages={315 - 337}
}
  • J. Wajcman
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science
  • Science, Technology, & Human Values
  • This article explores how the shift from print to electronic calendars materializes and exacerbates a distinctively quantitative, “spreadsheet” orientation to time. Drawing on interviews with engineers, I argue that calendaring systems are emblematic of a larger design rationale in Silicon Valley to mechanize human thought and action in order to make them more efficient and reliable. The belief that technology can be profitably employed to control and manage time has a long history and… CONTINUE READING
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