Both the Wajcman and Jenkins articles were written before the advent of social media and smartphones (in the case of the former, in the 1980s, and the latter, in 1997). Find one thing from either article they got wrong about the future of internet/communications/other technology, and select one issue or topic from either article you think would be helpful in addressing an issue with social media/smartphone technology today. Be sure to state what the issue with social media is, and how the idea from the article might help. (Note: Wajcman offers several solutions to technology problems from a feminist perspective that are meant to be more broadly construed; Jenkins offers several predictions about how the future might turn out – especially for black and other minorities – if some inequalities in tech are addressed. Perhaps take these perspectives into consideration).