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Excellent book for the research i am doing


My primary criticism though is with the 'general' notion of 'assimilation' he presents that is much beneath the surface through...  Read More


As a baby-boomer, i'm often perplexed by the pace of culture these days.

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Is the title an admonition for reading this book a few years after publication?

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It will enlightened the reader on what's really going on the cyberworld.

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Another broad encompassing read to organize our fractured world.


This book from 2016 allowed me to learn about technology up to that point.

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Very good and enjoyable and informative read!


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Delivers friedman's usual blend of amazing insights and food for thought in the clearest, most digestable prose of any current affairs writer in the english language.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Award winning author but not an easy read.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    It exists on its own but i just (on october 30, 2020) saw the author interviewed on cable tv and he said something that almost stopped my heart: in 2000 al gore took a bullet for the country; in 2020 donald trump might put a bullet in the country.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    That climate change, the democratization of technology and population growth are inter-connected is not in dispute but he seemed to veer off message or include anecdotes that, while interesting, did not advance his hypothesis.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Friedman, born in the 1950's, has lived through the height and demise of the cold war, the birth and explosion of the internet generation and the democratization of technology; changing climate patterns that have spawned catastrophic weather events as well as mass migration from drought-stricken, failing countries in sub-saharan africa to more stable parts of the world; or worse, into the arms of terrorist organizations intent on destroying western civilization.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    We need a system focused on solutions and results, rather than appealing to a narrow base of support.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    His “manifesto” of solutions, laid out in chapter 10 is eminently sensible and, i suspect, fiscally achievable but today’s political climate does not augur well for any of these measures seeing the light of day.

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