As February’s lively discussion on WCenter about online consulting reveals, there exists a spectrum of proposed answers to the myriad questions about the role technology should play in our professional lives. This issue of Praxis contributes to that discussion by exploring the benefits and liabilities of using technology in the center. Our featured writers and columnists reflect on some of the philosophical, pedagogical, and budgetary issues writing practitioners face when confronted with choices about incorporating technology into their centers’ consulting, training, and culture.