The Wired Society
[TofC cont.] Parents guide to supervising a child's online and Internet experience / R. Cannon, Esq. -- Death of print literacy, birth of Cyberliteracy?: Late age of print / J.D. Bolter; Computer delusion / T. Oppenheimer; Reflection of an online graduate / E. Weiner -- Wired society and human nature: Technology as psychic phenomenon / M. Grosso; Home on the Net / M. Minsky -- Business/computer connection: New business cycle / M.J. Mandel; Technowomen / K. Manery; Websites, If you build it, will they come? / C. Romano -- Challenges of technology; Mad at your modom? History is on your side / A. Robbins; Psychopathology of everyday things / D. Norman; Blowup / M. Gladwell; Computer shy / M. Block. [This book] will help students become critically aware as readers and as writers of the issues involved in information technology. These readings address a wide range of issues such as personal freedom on the Internet, business and technology, and human nature and technology. -Back cover.
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WHAT IS THE WIRED SOCIETY?
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