From Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I originally purchased this book back in 1967, when it was first released, and I'm pleased to return it to my library shelves 4+ decades later.
The texts cover a good deal of shared ground and Postman is excellent and providing examples and explanations of some of McLuhan's cryptic (yet engaging) concepts.
This book's light-hearted, creative presentation makes it one of the best McLuhan works to read if you want to get to know the sorts of questions he was asking.
A masterpice. Every comunicator should read it again and againPublished 3 days ago by Henry Grunberg
This isn't a review of the content of the book - I'm still not sure where I stand on it. Rather, I'm pretty firm on my opinion of the PHYSICAL BOOK itself, of the 2001 version,... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Victoria
It's amazing how McLuhan had an understanding of technology far beyond it's times. Adding validity to his theoriesPublished 1 month ago by LaurLaw
If I didn't have to read this book for a college class - I'd have burned it!
It is so random, unsupported & plain just isn't anything even remotely useful. Read more
Ordered it on a Monday and it showed up at my dorm on a Thursday! Woot woot! The quality is great--couldn't ask for better. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laura S.
This "book" is pretty short and pointless, you're better of just getting one of his actual books. This is a essentially a collage with some of his quotes pasted on top.Published 4 months ago by Terry Gimbles