Technology is changing the media game for good.
It's a good point to make, and really just helps to prove that the media is a reflection of our own thoughts and biases more than it is anything else.
I spent ten dollars on this book for my kindle, and the entire comic book takes up one fourth of a page.
Doesn't fit screen properly on ipad. Returning because of this. It doesn't fill the screen, probably because of the graphic novel theme.Published 2 months ago by Breanna Bellatti
This book made me feel scatter brained. I am not sure why. It seems the use of pictures - harking back to days when comic books were something I occasionally looked at - is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by W. Jamison
I originally bought The Influencing Machine on Kindle when my book club decided to read it. I didn't realize it was a graphic novel (comic book style) until much later when I got... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ssimmond
I loved it and thought it was a painless read for a true and enjoyable lesson in the beginnings of journalism and its development.Published 7 months ago by Ruth Kaplan
The Influencing Machine is a history of media and its manipulation. How biased is the media? Do we really want objectivity? And how do you define objectivity? Read morePublished 10 months ago by Chapati
I enjoyed the book and was surprised how much I enjoyed the graphic novel presentation. I also have a Kindle copy. It unfortunately isn't really formatted for a Kindle. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tamela D. Culp
It was the first time I have read a non-fiction book in the graphic format. It was an interesting way to visually learn as well as read, in the form of quotes, about the media.Published 11 months ago by Kristi Komar
I spent ten dollars on this book for my kindle, and the entire comic book takes up one fourth of a page. There's no way to zoom in, and changing font size doesn't help. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bryan L Austin