Fuzzy Logic by Matthew Friedman
Winner of First Book Prize in 1998
“Fuzzy Logic is really about how the Internet and related technologies have infiltrated our daily lives, how it is changing established social patterns, and eroding older technologies at a hugely accelerated rate. There is a social cost to this kind of change, and a personal sense of loss or melancholy. Friedman evokes this bittersweet feeling without wallowing in it. More importantly, Friedman, with considerable good humour, deflates some of the more egregious babblings of the techno-Messiahs who would have us believe that we have reached a digital state of grace.” – Mark Shainblum, Internet Quarterly
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