Distrusting Technology [...]

Bret Victor talks about being open to new ways of doing things. A part of this is having a healthy level of distrust:

Learn tools, and use tools, but don't accept tools. Always distrust them; always be alert for alternative ways of thinking. This is what I mean by avoiding the conviction that you "know what you're doing" (Source)

This in part relates to working at the margins.

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