Seriously, the book only takes a little while to read but its definitely worth your time!
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.
It's very thought provoking in regards to today's digital world, and I can imagine in the 60s it was even more enlightening.
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 7 days 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 2 months ago by Terry Gimbles
From the man who declared Money "the poor man's credit card" comes a fabulous photo-essay exposition of his views on media throughout history and particularly in the modern... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Keith Halonen
maybe more brilliant now than then, since we were all so young when we read it.
Beautiful edition! Read more
Just a heads up that this book is more like a collage than a typical book, the pages are mainly images with a small bit of text. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JimmyD
Was recommended by a numerous amount of professor in the design major am in. Also was a mandatory read as well, the book is a very interesting read on the impact media has created... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andrew Quintero
Marshall McLuhan saw things in the 1960s that most other media critics did not see for another generation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ed Brenegar
This is by far and away one of the most interesting books that I have ever read. The book itself is quite short and can be "read" in an hour. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Duke