Consider adding the books below to your reading list. They are not new. They are a piece of history and offer a unique perspective on the digital revolution and how we communicate. It’s great to look forward, but looking back has its value as well.
These authors motivate me to think outside the box and to rely on my own intuition and view of the world rather than the whispers of naysayers who may just be too afraid or too comfortable. These should be on your digital or real bookshelf. Know of any other good “history” books? Please share.
By Alvin Toffler:
Future Shock (1970)
The Third Wave (1980) (Where I first heard about the third wave years ago: Attorney Chuck Newton’s blog)
Powershift: Knowledge, Wealth, and Violence at the Edge of the 21st Century (1990)
By Marshall McLuhan:
The Medium is the Massage (1967)
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