Life After Television - Gilder, George
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According to Gilder, television, a centralized, authoritarian institution, is a dying technology, soon to be replaced by the telecomputer, a powerful, interactive system that will affect all aspects of life, from education to business to leisure time--a technology that will overthrow the stultifying influences of mass media and renew the individuals.

Life After Television 1992, W. W. Norton & Company, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780393033854

Norton edition