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I have been looking forward to reading it for some time and am really enjoying it right now.
Turkle shows how today's always-on social network promises to give us more control over human relationships, even as it isolates us.
It is interesting that Turkle chose to discuss robots in the first part of the book and the Internet in the second part.
This might be the most frightening book I've read that wasn't supposed to be. An extraordinary wake-up call about the current trajectory of social evolution. Read morePublished 24 days ago by J. Walker
Sherry Turkle is not too academic to be easily understood yet brings great insight to bear on our use of the internet. A good read!Published 1 month ago by Robert Cameron Hill
An interesting and scholarly presentation of the challenges technology offers. Well done research. It lends itself well to group discussion.Published 2 months ago by tepapanurse
This book is great! Dr. Turkle's work is a great introduction to the ethical questions raised by our modern communications tools and current trends to anthropomorphize robots. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lincoln