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Well written and easy to understand. Makes you wonder what technology will want from us, after it gets what it wants.Published 22 days ago by gabenyc
I found Kevin Kelley’s book What Technology Wants thoroughly interesting, but a couple of sections struck home. Read morePublished 2 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 4 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 5 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 8 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 9 months ago by John-Isaac Clark