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Publishers Weekly, 1995-12-11 Negroponte, a Wired columnist and founder of MIT's Media Lab, presents an accessible guide to the cutting edge of digital technology and his predictions for its future. (Jan.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 1995-10-09 Wired columnist Negroponte's look at cutting-edge technology includes his predictions about future directions of the digital age. (Nov.)
Publishers Weekly, 1995-01-16 In an upbeat primer on the information revolution, Negroponte, director of the MIT Media Lab and a columnist for Wired, says we are making a transition to a ``post-information age'' where digitized transmissions will become extremely personalized. He predicts that interactive multimedia will become more booklike, for example, a TV or video program with which you can curl up and either have a conversation or be told a story. In his scenario, the personal computer-gateway to a multitude of information and entertainment services-will replace the TV set, and by 2005 Americans will spend more hours on the Internet than watching network TV. Negroponte also describes the Media Lab's teaching of learning-disabled children, critiques U.S. TV manufacturers' approach to high-definition television, touts the advantages of E-mail over the uneconomical fax machine (``a step backward'') and ruminates on the emerging global digitized workplace. 100,000 first printing; BOMC selection; author tour. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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