Greta and I have very different approaches to technology. I like to read all the latest technology news and learn about new products; she just buys the products she needs. That’s not to say she doesn’t like technology: she has a lab full of computers and uses them extensively in her research. We’ve also found that we have different quirks about how we use technology, like how we organize our desks and who we’ll let use our stuff.
That got us wondering if there are any patterns to people’s technology quirks. Are technophiles less likely to let other people play with their toys, for example? So, naturally, we’ve prepared a short survey for you, to see if we can find any commonalities in the ways people use technology.
There are just 16 questions, so the survey should only take a couple minutes to complete. There is no limit on the number of respondents.
Since Greta and I will be out of town next week, you have until Thursday, May 29 to respond. Then don’t forget to check back on Friday, May 30 for the results!