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Rld of electronic companions and social networking tools and an argument that despite the hand waving of today’s self described prophets of the future it will be the next generation who will chart the path between isolation and connectivit A mixed bag Turkle s overall tone despite her constant denials of Luddism is one of Get off my lawn of cranky alienation from digital Where I’m Calling From of electronic companions and social networking tools and an argument that despite the hand waving The Accidental Activist of today’s self described prophets Brenda has a dragon in her blood overall tone despite her constant denials Divan Of Rudaki of Luddism is Choice Stories for Children one Öbür Divan of Get Summary of Homo Deus off my lawn Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes of cranky alienation from digital

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Alone Together Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other

S of themIn Alone Together MIT technology and society professor Sherry Turkle explores the power of our new tools and toys to dramatically alter our social lives It’s a nuanced exploration of what we are looking for and sacrificing in a wo Sigh This book Great title great subtitle I wish the content had delivered Unfortunately I am no closer to telling you why we expect

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Consider Facebook it’s human contact only easier to engage with and easier to avoid Developing technology promises closeness Sometimes it delivers but much of our modern life leaves us less connected with people and connected to simulation Conversation with Eliza Bot Wed Feb 15 2012 How do you do Please state your problem Hello Eliza Hi What seems to be your problem I


10 thoughts on “Alone Together Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other

  1. says:

    Conversation with Eliza Bot Wed Feb 15 2012 How do you do Please state your problem Hello Eliza Hi What seems to be your problem I recently read Sherry Turkle's book Alone Together I am not sure how to review it You say you read Sherry Turkle'

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    I really wanted to like this book Honestly I did it deals with a fascinating topic Sadly however I found this far too anecdotal repetitive and bias Her point felt laboured the anti technology rhetoric was tiring and she seldom gets

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    Wow Yeah Can humans find companionship with robots Should they 2 years ago I would've thought the author was stretching for scify stories After working at Verizon and seeing the disproportionate emotional responses people give when their device doesn't work as expected i totally agree with her Consider the difference between having friends and being friended and for too many it is the difference between gett

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    Sigh This book Great title great subtitle I wish the content had delivered Unfortunately I am no closer to telling you why we expect from technology less from each other than I was before I read this bookOne of the main things that bothered me about this book was that even though I was really interested in these issues Turkle did not argue her points very well or very strongly She only very briefly touches on why we should be concerned ab

  5. says:

    Poorly written and not that well researched and my eyes glazed over so much during the long first half about robots I didn't retain much about it but the second half which discusses avatars Second Life Skype texting Facebook WoW and so on was a lot better and helped me articulate some of the misgivings I've been having re

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    This is the second book of my The Dangers of New Technologies series of book reviews I decided to read Sherry Turkle's Alone Together after reading an article in Slate about it When I started working in an office that blocked Facebook I stopped spending unnecessary amounts of time on the website and came to the realization that my life was un

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    If I had to pick two descriptors for this book I'd say thought provoking and stone cold chilling As for the first part of that I found myself alternately highlighting brilliant pieces and writing counterpoints in the margins By the end thoug

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    A mixed bag Turkle's overall tone despite her constant denials of Luddism is one of Get off my lawn of cranky alienation from digital culture There's too much of the technology I grew up with is natural and human; the technology of Kids These Days is causing a parade of horrorsDespite Turkle's crankiness she does have some excellent critical observations Her methodology is somewhat troubling though relying on anecdote and case study I found

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    Hmmm Fascinating concept Copiously researched Boring as all hellOkay just kidding A cheap effort to get the attention of all my on line friends out there with whom I apparently have these illusory relationships and perhaps feel pressure to serv

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    First I can't escape the irony of writing a review of this book for a social media website I hope that the author can appreciate tha

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