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I would highly recommend this book for anyone working in a technology related field.
The most intriguing aspect of Rushkoff's worldview is the realization that "we the people" have always been one step behind the technological innovation of the age.
There were examples but they weren't the strongest and despite its length, the novel on the whole was rather dull and a slow read.
Rushkoff helps us look at the world from a programmer's point of view. He shows how this changes both the perception and the perceiver. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kevin Ryan
While I think it's a stretch to say that ALL consumers of digital media must learn how to code in order to function with autonomy, the Rushkoff offers many thoughts worth debating. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryan Frost
My friend requested this book, so it went directly to him. I did not see it myself nor was I familiar with the book. He, however, was quite pleased.Published 4 months ago by Sheila Roberts
Fairly good read boring in some parts but tells the truth about how were all being programmed continually and dont realize it on a daily basis.Published 8 months ago by kevin clark
*warning* this review is simply my opinion and may be rife with misquotes and misunderstandings.
You can be driven by technology, or use technology to take you where you... Read more
Interesting, well written, ideas about living in the computer age. Well worth the money. A concise review for a concise book!Published 12 months ago by Guy Windsor
The book shipped quickly, it arrived on time, and it is in great condition. I would definitely recommend this seller and this product. Read morePublished 14 months ago by milosst
Good perspective on the digital age. If we understand that our choices are being limited by the ones and zeros maybe we can free our minds to reach beyond them.Published 15 months ago by Lynn F
This was a very cool book discussing the dangers and pitfalls of the digital age we live in AND making the case for learning to program. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jersey Style