This book outlines the development currently underway in the technology of new media & looks further to examine the unforeseen effects of this phenomenon on our culture, our philosophies, & our spiritual outlook. The digital revolution is something fundamentally different from simply the introduction of yet another medium to our culture: it marks a paradigm shift in our relation to all media, to all our senses, all our expressions. The new media are transforming our definitions of culture & knowledge & transcending barriers in ways that will have lasting implications for generations to come.
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