Technological Vision The Hopes and Fears That Shape New Technologies
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Temple University Press
Publication date: 5/17/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction : technological visions and the rhetoric of the new|
|"Spinning" technology : what we are not thinking about when we are thinking about computers|
|Sow's ears from silk purses : the strange alchemy of technological visionaries|
|Mediums and media|
|Mobilities of time and space : technologies of the modern and the postmodern|
|Man-made futures, man-made pasts|
|Portable TV : studies in domestic space travels|
|Science fiction film and the technological imagination|
|Technological prediction : a promethean problem|
|The future of prediction|
|Penguins, predictions, and technological optimism : a skeptic's view|
|Information superhighways, virtual communities, and digital libraries : information society metaphors as political rhetoric|
|Rethinking the cyberbody : hackers, viruses, and cultural anxiety|
|Peaceable kingdoms and new information technologies : prospects for the nation-state|
|Somewhere there's a place for us : sexual minorities and the internet|
|Surfin' the net : children, parental obsolescence, and citizenship|
|When the virtual isn't enough|
|Place matters : journeys through global and local spaces|
|The globalization of everyday life : visions and reality|