From Publishers Weekly
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Postman critically analyzes how we use technology and how we let it use us, and also abuse us. But we all know the truth, human beings are the ones making the poor choices. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason A. Tselentis
Thought-provoking little book. Well worth the read.
Some of the details seem a little far-fetched, and some of the arguments are weaker than I would like. Read more
I wanted to like this book but Postman made that difficult. His arguments aren't backed up with any evidence, and for how bold his claims are, the book needs some. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Griffin C
Wow. It would be a great to know what Neil Postman is for, exactly.
*As near as I can tell* from this sprawling mess Postman for a world where culture is cohered by... Read more
This is the first I've read of Postman. The rhetoric was almost laser-like in its focus and strength. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Aaron L. M. Goodwin
Wow book started a little slow and repetitive as he was laying the groundwork for his dissertation. Read more
A clever classic -a must read to all thinking human beings.
.Gives a sharp perspective as to negative and challenging aspects of the cancerous streak- inherent in replication... Read more