The age of missing information
After watching more than 1,700 hours of television--the one-day output of the Fairfax, Virginia, cable system--and spending a weekend in the woods, the author argues that television separates us from more significant sources of knowledge. Reprint.
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Review: The Age of Missing InformationUser Review - Alex - Goodreads
Dated but interesting. Read full review
Review: The Age of Missing InformationUser Review - Andrew - Goodreads
This is one of those books I make a point of reading every five years or so, as he does such a great job of explaining how mass media changes our perception of the world around us. Suddenly, it becomes really easy to see how Fox News spins the news-- and this was written before Fox existed. Read full review
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mckibben's The Age Of Missing Information
The Age of Missing Information by Bill mckibben. Penguin Books USA Inc., 375 Hudson Street, New York NY, 1993; 261 pp., $11.95 (paper). ...
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4.1 The End of Nature; 4.2 The Age of Missing Information; 4.3 Enough ... His next book, The Age of Missing Information, was published in 1992. ...
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Proudly Serving My Corporate Masters: The Age of Missing Information
I found a copy of Bill mckibben's 1992 book The Age of Missing Information. mckibben recorded and watched every program broadcast on his local cable system ...
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The Age of Missing Information
The Age of Missing Information. New York: NAL/Plume, 1993. 3 -- So much happens between seven and eight in the morning on the ninety-three stations of the ...
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---: The Age of Missing Information
It's entitled, The Age of Missing Information by Bill mckibben, and is an insightful look at todays informationally addicted culture of television. ...
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Magellan's Log: Bill Mckibben: The Age of Missing Information
Reading Bill mckibben's The Age of Missing Information can have a definite, powerfully inhibiting effect on your TV viewing regimen. ...
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Clay and Wattles
This film is a textbook example of one of Bill mckibben’s arguments in The Age of Missing Information. What do children learn from watching it (aside from ...
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The test results will appear as his next book, The Age of Missing Information, to be published by Random House next spring. Ironically, mckibben lives deep ...
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About The Age of Missing Information, by Bill mckibben
The Age of Missing Information, a book about the effects of television and the media, by Bill mckibben.
Books of The Times; Examining TV and Finding Very Little There ...
The Age of Missing Information By Bill mckibben 261 pages. ... But "The Age of Missing Information" isn't a book of criticism about particular television ...
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