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 1 month 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 1 month ago by Victoria
It's amazing how McLuhan had an understanding of technology far beyond it's times. Adding validity to his theoriesPublished 2 months 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 3 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 5 months ago by Terry Gimbles