To further this process, I believe, requires that system developers become responsible for locating themselves within the extended networks of working relations that constitute technical systems. That is not to say that they can in any strong sense control those networks. On the contrary, a primary implication of this view is that developers must give up control over technology design (which is in any case illusory), and see themselves instead as entering into an extended set of shifting relations, including contests and alliances. As Hales suggests, the question at each next turn becomes: How do we proceed in a responsible way? To answer this question requires analyzing the processes by which boundaries are constructed and maintained, and understanding our contributions to their reproduction or transformation. And it means mapping not only our local networks, but locating those as well within more extended networks, including an increasingly globalized division of labor.