Books in category Technology & Engineering – Social Aspects

  • Government 2 0

    Government 2.0
    William D. Eggers

    ' This book is proactive in nature (see what these governments are really doing), does not call for a wholesale and costly transformation, and employs a subtle shaming of those governments that have not yet joined the 21st century.

  • Technocapitalism

    Luis Suarez-Villa

    In his provocative book Technocapitalism, Luis Suarez-Villa addresses this phenomenon from the perspective of radical political economy and social criticism.

  • Technological Slavery

    Technological Slavery
    Theodore J. Kaczynski

    Feral House does not support or justify Kaczynski's crimes, nor does the author receive royalties or compensation for this book.

  • Utopia Is Creepy And Other Provocations

    Utopia Is Creepy: And Other Provocations
    Nicholas Carr

    Utopia Is Creepy compels us to question the technological momentum that has trapped us in its flow. “Resistance is never futile,” argues Carr, and this book delivers the proof.

  • The Four

    The Four
    Scott Galloway

    Instead of buying the myths these compa­nies broadcast, Galloway asks fundamental questions. How did the Four infiltrate our lives so completely that they’re almost impossible to avoid (or boycott)?

  • The Silicon Valley Edge

    The Silicon Valley Edge
    Chong-Moon Lee

    John Young, retired CEO, Hewlett-Packard To emulate, one must first understand. This book is an essential guide for communities and individuals worldwide trying to understand and emulate this startling phenomenon known as Silicon Valley.

  • Urban Mass Transit

    Urban Mass Transit
    Robert C. Post

    Relates how the technology of urban mass transit and society interact.

  • Holding On to Reality

    Holding On to Reality
    Albert Borgmann

    Borgmann, the author of "Crossing the Postmodern Divide", presents a brilliant history of information, from its inception in the natural world to its role in the transformation of culture.

  • The Happiness Effect

    The Happiness Effect
    Donna Freitas

    Have smartphones and social media created a generation of self-obsessed egomaniacs? Absolutely not, Donna Freitas argues in this provocative book.

  • Video Games Around the World

    Video Games Around the World
    Mark J. P. Wolf, Toru Iwatani

    Thirty-nine essays explore the vast diversity of video game history and culture across all the world's continents.

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