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.
You can barely read this book online because the letters are very small. I needed to buy a hard copy.Published 4 months ago by Livia Queiroz
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 7 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 10 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 11 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 11 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 14 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 15 months ago by Tamela D. Culp