The Shock of the Old: Technology and Global History Since 1900
Profile Books, 2008 - 270 sider
Offering a fresh way of thinking about the history of technology, this book radically revises ideas about the interaction of technology and society in the past and in the present. It provides an entirely new way of looking historically at the relationship between technology and society as well as invention and innovation themselves.
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