Future Shock, Past and Present

Friday, February 19, 2010


Just about every week, a TV news segment or magazine cover scares us with the prospect that new media technology is damaging our brains, our social skills and our culture. But, says neuropsychologist Dr. Vaughn Bell, take a long look back and you’ll see that every new development – from the printing press to radio to Facebook – has been regarded with suspicion.

Comments [1]

Rob Walker

Pretty sure his name is Vaughan. (Not Vaughn.) Just saying.

Mar. 20 2010 10:07 PM

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