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" Meaningful contact will wither without the full bandwidth provided by in-person, in-the-flesh contact. As Texas commentator Jim Hightower warned over the ABC radio network: While all this razzle-dazzle connects us electronically, it disconnects us from... "
Networks in the Global Village: Life in Contemporary Communities - Page 332
edited by - 1999 - 377 pages
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Communities in Cyberspace

Marc A. Smith, Peter Kollock - Social Science - 1999 - 323 pages
...complete because it will lead people away from the full range of in-person contact. Or, conceding half of the debate, they worry that people will get so engulfed...in the face of our fellow human beings. (Fox 1995: 12) Or as Mark Slouka, author of Wai oftheWorlds: Cyberspace and the Hi-tech Assault on Reality ( 1...
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Paradigms Lost: Learning from Environmental Mistakes, Mishaps, and Misdeeds

Daniel A. Vallero - Science - 2006 - 563 pages
...with unimaginably far-reaching economic, social, and political consequence. —Michael Rothchild14 While all this razzle-dazzle connects us electronically,...than looking in the face of our fellow human beings. Is this progress? — Jim Hightower15 At one extreme we have information technology being a panacea...
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Biomedical Ethics for Engineers: Ethics and Decision Making in Biomedical ...

Daniel Vallero - Technology & Engineering - 2011 - 408 pages
...technology with unimaginably far-reaching economic, social, and political consequence. Michael Rothchild39 While all this razzle-dazzle connects us electronically,...than looking in the face of our fellow human beings. Is this progress? Jim Hightower40 At one extreme we have IT being a panacea and at the other end the...
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