Neil Postman didn’t see the rise of game online when he penned “Amuse ourselves to death”.
But he was on to something worth discussing: we are heading toward becoming a couch-potato nation
or in China, Internet-addict camp.
When Chinese kids get sent to these internet addict camps, we witness another unintended consequence of our high-tech living.
This puts Mr Watson in the early days of IBM to shame. He said the world market could use a few, but no more than a dozen machines.
Nobody could foresee the fall-below-the-line price of the chip, maybe except for Gordon Moore who predicted the doubling of chip speed every 18 months.
This kid even wants control, and not waits for a scheduled…
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