Less, slower, better. Do information society visions have healthy alternatives?
Halttunen, V., Maksimainen, J., & Pirhonen, A. (2010). Less, slower, better. Do information society visions have healthy alternatives?. In R. Suomi, & I. Ilveskoski (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Well-being in the Information Society (WIS 2010) (pp. 77-88). Turku Centre for Computer Science. TUCS General Publication, 56.
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