Against the Machine: Being Human in the Age of the Electronic Mob by Lee Siegel
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Overview: Lee Siegel explores how the Internet affects culture and social life, particularly the psychological, emotional and social cost of high-tech solitude. Arguing that the Internet’s widespread anonymity eliminates boundaries and encourages otherwise polite people to be downright abusive, he discusses the half-fantasy, half-realism of online personae.
Genre: Non Fiction > Philosophy