I am not a high-tech person. That’s partly due to age, partly to disposition. The very mention of my technological skills sets my colleagues and family to snickering. I never thought I’d be an anachronism and I’m not particularly proud of it. But I do find myself resisting some of the places the new technology wants to take me. So I appreciate David Wood’s interview with Albert Borgmann, who has been thinking about how technology shapes a culture and a way of life. He urges us to put bounds on our use of technology.