Our Blog: Luddite Online


Technology has changed the way we live, work, think, and communicate. Our blog provides a forum for competing views and new developments. Please join us.

Education Associates, LP is dedicated to ensuring ethical business practices and the smart use of technology in today’s changing global economy. We are also keenly aware of the pressure resulting from technology’s sometimes unwelcome intrusion into our personal and professional lives.

In response, we feature our blog, LudditeOnline, where visitors can find creative writing, published fiction, links, reflections, and a forum about how technology affects us all.


“Member of organized groups of early 19th-century English craftsmen who surreptitiously destroyed the textile machinery that was replacing them. The movement began in Nottingham in 1811 and spread to other areas in 1812. The Luddites, or “Ludds,” were named after a probably mythical leader, Ned Ludd. They operated at night and often enjoyed local support. Harsh repressive measures by the government included a mass trial at York in 1813 that resulted in many hangings and banishments. The term Luddite was later used to describe anyone opposed to technological change” (Luddite. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/luddite).

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