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  • Since island labor rates were so low relative to the States and the initial engineering plans had emphasized simple equipment, little new technology had been installed in the Cayey facility.

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  • Ad executives across the industry say marketers can waste money by testing out working with the hundreds of new technology companies, many of which are backed by deep-pocketed venture capitalists.

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  • “Brothers and sisters, I don’t need to remind you of the dangers we face at the hands of asset strippers and fast-buck merchants who pin their dreams of profit to the rise of new technology at the expense of the health and welfare of their workers,” she said, scarcely pausing for breath.

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  • So, too, was the new technology of indus - trial machine tools which developed in America and


  • For example, when the president of an organization champions an interactive technology such as e-mail and is the first to utilize the new technology to send messages to other individuals in the organization, an obvious meta-communication message is implied: That other individuals should adopt the new technology to respond to the president’s electronic messages.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • The scientists showed little concern for how the social consequences of this new technology would adversely affect human lives, leading James Hightower 1972 to title his book about the land-grant university system Hard Tomatoes, Hard Times.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • He installed a television set still a relatively new technology above the walnut-stained bar in the front room, essentially creating a sportsbook that kept his betting customers around, continuing to drink and eat, so that they could watch ball games or fights they had wagered on.

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  • Of course, anti-innovation champions that is, opponents can prevent a new technology from reaching the routinization stage of the innovation process.

    Diffusion of Innovations


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