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|Anthony Robbins, the American self-help guru and writer says that “we aren't in |
an information age; we are in an entertainment age.”144 It reflects both the
stagnation and the shallowness of our mass culture. The celebrated 'political
|The truth is that we can learn to condition our minds, bodies, and emotions to link |
pain or pleasure to whatever we choose. By changing what we link ... We aren't in
an information age; we are in an entertainment age. We can change our lives.
|Religious Denominations See Appendix A: Demographic Trends over 50 Years. |
Entertainment and leisure We aren't in an information age; we are in an
entertainment age. — Anthony Robbins, Motivational speaker and writer52 The
|Robbins, Anthony If you can't, you must. If you must, you can. - Robbins, Anthony |
We aren't in an information age, we are in an entertainment age. - Robbins,
Anthony It not knowing what to do, it's doing what you know. - Robbins, Anthony
|And while everybody talks about this great new age as the Information Age, what |
we're really saying is that it's not the Information Age ... People don't want serious
issues — or so we are told by those who run the media — they want
entertainment, celebrities, sports, spectacles and local crime. ... “There's a great
tendency to blame the people: why aren't they interested in things that affect their
|Of course, we aren't caught in a zero-sum situation, and those in the shrinking |
middle class continue to enjoy material comforts ... prompted Wolf (1999) to
argue that we are not living in the "information age" but rather in the "
Robert Lee Chartrand - 1991 - Preview
|appetite for the trivial entertainment, and that may not change. ... My friend and |
unfortunately late colleague, Bill Stuart — who ended his career with ABC —
when we were CBS fellows together used to be concerned about what he called
the ... Thank God there aren't that many assassinations or earthquakes or floods ...
|And this book suggests what being digital will mean for our laws, education, politics, and amusements - in short, for the way we live.|
|Naisbitt, John Information is the oxygen of the modern age. It seeps through the |
walls topped by barbed wire, it wafts across the electrified borders. - Reagan,
Ronald We aren't in an information age, we are in an entertainment age. -
|“Maybe we should start our own business. ... With few prospects in the daily want |
ads, the three friends were worried that travel and entertainment wouldn't pick up
by the time ... But aren't we getting ahead ... PART ONE: The Information Age.