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Kevin Kelly, What Technology Wants, New York, 2011 I 2809
Thinking/Innovation/Postman/Kelly: Postman calls it Frankenstein's syndrome when we find out, "after a new machine has been built - always to our surprise - that it has its own ideas; that it is not only able to change our habits, but also (...) our habits of thought." (1)

1. Neil Postman. (1994) The Disappearance of Childhood. New York: Vintage Books, p. 24.


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Neil Postman
The Disappearance of Childhood New York 1994


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