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At best, these books can be entertaining and contain one quite novel and interesting thought.
It is certainly true that one can see an obsequious nature to technology in its attempts to continually find new ways to please us.
Highly recommended; a must read for anyone interested in the future of humanity and technology.
Well written and easy to understand. Makes you wonder what technology will want from us, after it gets what it wants.Published 1 month ago by gabenyc
I found Kevin Kelley’s book What Technology Wants thoroughly interesting, but a couple of sections struck home. Read morePublished 3 months ago by technicat
terribly written, teleogenic, and not well researched.
i stopped reading it bc i couldn't stomach what he was trying to spoon feed me.
The book presents some interesting thoughts on technology. It could have been half the length though. Very repetitive. Very repetitive.Published 5 months ago by Big Walter
The author claims a computer chip releases 10^11 ergs energy per second per gram, but in fact, it only release 1x10^7 per second per gram, which is 10,000 times weak! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kevin
It. could be a shoretel book and Still it would be great. Some Parts are very Denise in ideas, it takes longer to digest than a casual book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gustavo Diogenes
A tour de force chronicling technology and the impact it has had on humanity's past, present, and future. Highly recommended for any technologist.Published 10 months ago by John-Isaac Clark