I thought the article “A Logic Named Joe: The 1946 sci-fi short that nailed modern tech” was interesting in the way that it kinda showed the internet as being seen dystonian in the thought that most machine short stories are seen that way. Though I thank that this article is sorta being our attention to how people could feel with these advances happening around them and not quite knowing how to use them. I know my Grandmother feels alienated from society a bit now because she is someone who was born in the 1940’s and she also lived in the country, which wasn’t really subjected to the internet or computer use, until I was about 8 or 9 (1998 or 1999) when we got our first computer. She might have had a little experience with just some sort of word program for a job but now with laptops she can’t even turn it on. I know she’s always saying something negative about the technology we have to day and in a way wishing for the times that were simpler.