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“Technologies of Control: The New Interactive Media for the Home”: A Review of the Premises Presented in the Book by Kevin Wilson
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A 5 page overview of Wilson’s premises regarding the incredible capability of modern technology to not only monitor individual and group behavior but to utilize the information collected in that monitoring to change and direct that behavior. Wilson contends that this practice is not simply the collection of general information to be utilized in marketing goods to consumers, but rather as a restructuring of communication practices which will result dramatic changes in practically all aspects of modern society. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPinfoP2.rtf

"Commodifying Bodies" - Man, Machines And Body Parts
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8 pages in length. The writer discusses cyborgs and organ donation/harvesting as they relate to the Scheper-Huges and Wacquant book entitled Commodifying Bodies. No bibliography.
Filename: TLCManMach.rtf

"Cordless Cautions": A Review of an Article Discussing Cordless Power Tool Safety Issues
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A 3 page overview of the November 2001 Tech Directions article titled "Cordless Cautions". In it authors Peter Domeny and Jennifer Uzumcu review the precautions which are necessary to safely and most effectively use cordless power tools. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPtoolPw.rtf

"Levels and Loops: the Future of Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience"
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A 4 page review of the article by Anthony J. Bell. Utilizing probabilistic reasoning, Bell emphasizes that while we may never achieve the technological future imagined in works of science fiction, we are likely to achieve a future that is "not as alien as the science-fiction future seems". No additional sources are listed.
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