The author argues that "an easily distracted consumer society is caught up in a rapidly developing, uncontrollable technological system. . . . Everyproblem generates a technological solution; computers breed ever larger, morefragile, and vulnerable systems. But the solutions raise more and greater problems than they solve. . . . Responsibility, contemplation, civility, and spirituality suffer." (Choice)
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