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This short study presents a frightening dream that may haunt many. What if corporations and scientists colluded to keep us awake and working all the time? Read morePublished 4 months ago by John L Murphy
Twice while reading this book, I was asked how I was liking it.
The first time, I told the teller at the bank that it was a little theory heavy. Read more
Capitalism is taking our sleeping time away – for competitive productivity the best worker is a robot, which works day and night. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pedro Demo
This is as sharp a work of critical theory as I've read in some time. Crary doesn't really have a thesis he wants to prove, just a central concept he orbits around; namely that... Read morePublished 9 months ago by jafrank
Sleep. The last land unconquerable, at this time, to the demands of consumer capitalism, the last stage where we do not play roles written for us. The domain of subversionPublished 11 months ago by Forth Write
Finally, a man appeared on the horizon to knock some sense into our "sleepy" heads: "The sense of individual ingenuity provides the temporary conviction that one is on the winning... Read morePublished 12 months ago by FJNanic
This book is nothing more than a propaganda message for collectivism. Sad that obviously intelligent individuals like Mr. Read morePublished 15 months ago by SR
Interesting, although extreme, point of view. Many of his assertions ring true. The book is definitely a jumping off point for further reading.Published 15 months ago by Smginhb
Ironically, this book made it very difficult for me to sleep. It is eye opening and a very quick and digestible read.Published 17 months ago by WQ Fox