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The disc jockey who appears to be manipulating a record player is, in fact,
applying this technology to the hidden service ground of radio. The disc as
product, when crossed with the radio ground, activates a vast new world of
musicians and ...
Radio, in contrast to the telephone, permits the listener to fill in a good deal of
visual imagery. The radio announcer or disc jockey stands out loud and clear,
while the voice on the telephone resonates in isolation from the visual sense.
The radio generation of "jazz babies" and "hot mamas" in the 1920's encountered
a new world, although one that was connected and traditional compared with the
world occupied by the TV generation of the 1950's and 1960's.
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TAKE TODAY: The Executive As DropoutCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
This paste-up of aphorisms, punditry, and Joycean puns takes a few cliches and splices them with McLuhanist motifs and updatings. "Brainstorming," the fad of the '50's; the hoary "managerial ... Leer comentario completo
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