People Who Use Technology

Georges, Jason; Irons-Georges, Tracy
September 1999
Rourke's World of Science Encyclopedia;1999 Technology, Vol. 9, p60
Book Chapter
Almost everybody uses some form of technology at work, home, or school. Computer programmers use computer technology. Scientists use all kinds of technology to study the world and the universe. People in the business field use innovations like telephones, fax machines, and computers. Graphic designers use desk top publishing programs to create books and magazines.


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