Sources - Technology

Technology

  • Communication source
  • Current source, an electrical or electronic device that delivers or absorbs electric current
  • Energy sources, substances or processes with high concentrations of energy
  • Ion source, a device that produces ions for mass spectrometry
  • Light source, an object emitting light
  • Source code, a file containing code for software written in a programming language
  • Open source, a philosophy of dissemination of intellectual products
  • Point source, a natural or anthropogenic discharge location producing unwanted materials into the environment
  • A SCSI endpoint
  • Sound source, an object emitting sound
  • Source (game engine), a proprietary game engine developed by Valve Software for Half-Life 2
  • Source, a terminal in a field-effect transistor
  • The Source (online service), an online service provider founded in 1979
  • Voltage source, any device or system that produces an electromotive force between its terminals
  • source (command), a UNIX command to execute commands from a file

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Famous quotes containing the word technology:

    Radio put technology into storytelling and made it sick. TV killed it. Then you were locked into somebody else’s sighting of that story. You no longer had the benefit of making that picture for yourself, using your imagination. Storytelling brings back that humanness that we have lost with TV. You talk to children and they don’t hear you. They are television addicts. Mamas bring them home from the hospital and drag them up in front of the set and the great stare-out begins.
    Jackie Torrence (b. 1944)

    Technology is not an image of the world but a way of operating on reality. The nihilism of technology lies not only in the fact that it is the most perfect expression of the will to power ... but also in the fact that it lacks meaning.
    Octavio Paz (b. 1914)

    If the technology cannot shoulder the entire burden of strategic change, it nevertheless can set into motion a series of dynamics that present an important challenge to imperative control and the industrial division of labor. The more blurred the distinction between what workers know and what managers know, the more fragile and pointless any traditional relationships of domination and subordination between them will become.
    Shoshana Zuboff (b. 1951)