Category Archives: Digital media

A Field Guide to Lies by Daniel J. Levitin (231)

This book is all about how to think critically in the information age.  Things are usually coming at us so fast, that it is hard to think critically. However, we must try to do so as much as possible. We … Continue reading

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i-Minds by Mari K Swingle (66)

This is a very important book for our time!  We seem to be plugged in all the time. Not only is it causing a lot of distractions and stress. But we are also rewiring our brains!  This is quite alarming … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Creative Class (132)

This is a wonderfully inspiring book about creativity and how we are developing a new class of workers–the creative class of workers. The creative class is reshaping our economy, our geography, our work, and our whole way of life. There … Continue reading

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Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Mass Revolution(79)

John Stack does a splendid and scholarly job of discussing how one of the most respected newspapers in North America reinvented itself. In this age of digital papers, it easy for many newspapers to slip into a terrible conundrum. But … Continue reading

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