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This just dropped in my inbox.
The link goes to some interesting question, which I have not followed
through to the end yet.
It's an email 'dialogue' between James Fallows of Atlantic Monthly and Todd
Gitlin, a professor of culture, journalism, and sociology at New York
University. Fallows and Gitlin are discussing the latter's new book - Media
'I've thought about the argument of your book often in the past week, and
not just because I knew I'd have a chance to ask you questions about it. The
heart of your message, or so it seems to me, is that we don't spend enough
time thinking about how awash we are in artificial stimuli of all sorts. '
This is a stimulating exchange.
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