I think the danger really is not that you have to; you know you leave it to human judgment, to your personal self to decide. The danger is to abdicate the need for judgment. You do whatever the system tells you, and that means you are relying more and more on the system. Basically it’s a matter of trust, you trust people, you trust things, you trust the information system because it is… it has given you the right results; and the more it does that, the better and the more you trust it and the less you have to think about it. And this is a general human thing, so we stereotype people, we stereotype information sources, anything that it basically makes it easier for us to not think about it. So if I don’t have to think about it as hard “is this the correct thing?”, then I am more likely to use it.
So abdicating judgment, you know, I am not sure where is the fine line there, but that’s the real danger is that you trust all the systems so much that you cannot extricate –you cannot pull yourself, extricate yourself from that situation anymore. Most of the world cannot, I think now, probably cannot imagine life without a cell phone anymore. If you go back to the fixed phones everywhere, I have to go find a phone somewhere to go call someone, and if you don’t know anyone it’s hard, we can’t extricate ourselves from mobile as well anymore.