High Tech High Touch: Technology and Our Accelerated Search for Meaning

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2001 - 274 páginas
The one great megatrend of the new millennium. In this important and timely book encompassing the key trends of our time, John Naisbitt, the world's foremost social forecaster and bestselling author, takes us on a compelling and kaleidoscopic tour of our contemporary 'technology immersion' and our accelerated search for meaning. High Tech/High Touch shows how we need to understand technology through a human lens - to comprehend life-science technologies through theology, consumer technology through high-touch time, science of the body through art. Exploring everything from the effect of consumer and genetic technologies (the most influential of all technologies to come) to the problems that parents face contending with violent electronic games, the authors' insights span science, religion, commerce, communications, art, leisure and many other areas of our daily lives.

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John naisbitt is good writer
i like this book!
Arip Nurahman
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\John Naisbitt is widely regarded as one of the world's top social forecasters who has been accurately describing the future since 1968. His books including Megatrends, together with Global Paradox and Megatrends Asia (both published by Nicholas Brealey) have sold more than 14 million copies worldwide. The recipient of 12 honorary degrees, Naisbitt has been a visiting fellow at Harvard, a Distinguished International Fellow at ISIS in Malaysia, a visiting professor at Moscow State University and is a renowned international speaker. Nana Naisbitt and Douglas Philips, both writers, artists and entrepreneurs, have worked on projects for Kellogg's, Motorola, Leo Burnett, and Shell Oil Company.

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