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This morning's reading notes:
Followed by this quote:
"The small car is worn like shoes or pants. It transforms the motorist into a super pedestrian and renders him nauseating to all occupants of real cars."
-- Marshall McLuhan in the essay, Inside the Five Sense Sensorium (1961)
Posted by Murray Browne on 01/26/2018 at 07:31 AM | Permalink
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