Science, by contrast, unabashedly embraces innovation. Continually erasing its own history as it moves forward.
I get my technocratic demeanor from my father. He brought home our first PC in 1995 when I was eight years old.
Back when the internet was really slow and images took forever to download.
Now I carry a more powerful machine than that computer in my pocket.
I am always learning, ever evolving and changing, moving into the future alongside science and technology.
Although I didn't receive a CSE degree, I have been surrounded by computer science education since 1995.
Now reading: "Sapiens" by Noah Harari.
Jasanoff, Shelia. (2008) “Making Order: Law and Science in Action” The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies 3rd Ed. (761-786). Massachusets Institute of Technology.