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Carr, Nicholas

  • [2014]  The Glass Cage: automation and us. W. W. Norton, 2014
  • [2011]  The Shallows: what the internet is doing to our brains. W. W. Norton, 2011
  • [2010]  The Shallows: how the internet is changing the way we think, read and remember. Atlantic, 2010
  • [2008]  Is Google Making Us Stupid? What the Internet is doing to our brains. The Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2008

Kairos documents referencing any of the above



[2015]:  Naive Acquisition of Domestic Espionage Systems Progressive market-driven transformation of personal appliances into spyware? [Refs]

[2015]:  Eliciting Insight from Covert Operations by US Understanding global governance otherwise in response to THEM [Refs]

[2014]:  Radical Cognitive Mirroring of Globalization Dynamically inning the unquestioningly outed [Refs]

[2013]:  Risk-enhancing Cognitive Implications of the Basic Mathematical Operations ADD, MULTIPLY, DIVIDE and SUBTRACT [Refs]

[2013]:  Metaphors To Die By Correspondences between a collapsing civilization, culture or group, and a dying person [Refs]

[2013]:  Cyborgs, Legaborgs, Finaborgs, Mediborgs Meet the extraterrestrials - them is us [Refs]

[2012]:  Transforming the Art of Conversation Conversing as the transformative science of development [Refs]

[2011]:  Ungovernability of Sustainable Global Democracy? Towards engaging appropriately with time [Refs]

[2011]:  Massive Elicitation of Psychosocial Energy Requisite technology for collective enlightenment [Refs]

[2011]:  Topological Clues to a Memorable 12-fold Systemic Pattern [Refs]

[2011]:  Engendering a Psychopter through Biomimicry and Technomimicry Insights from the Process of Helicopter Development [Refs]

[2011]:  ¿ Higher Education ∞ Meta-education ? Transforming cognitive enabling processes increasingly unfit for purpose [Refs]

[2010]:  Enabling Governance through the Dynamics of Nature Exemplified by cognitive implication of vortices and helicoidal flow [Refs]

[2010]:  Engendering Invagination and Gastrulation of Globalization Reconstructive insights from the sciences and the humanities [Refs]

[2010]:  Engaging with the Inexplicable, the Incomprehensible and the Unexpected [Refs]

[2010]:  Enacting Transformative Integral Thinking through Playful Elegance A Symposium at the End of the Universe? [Refs]

[2009]:  Emerging Memetic Singularity in the Global Knowledge Society [Refs]