Science, engineering, technology. All worthless unless they make you feel something. --BMW ad, Nov. 1998, Brill's Content, p. 16.
Television has proved that people will look at anything rather than each other. --Ann Landers.
The average kindergartner has seen more than 5,000 hours of TV--more time than it takes to earn a bachelor's degree. -- Shook, M. & Shook, R. (1991). The book of odds. (How do we harness that fascination?)
The future is up for grabs. It belongs to any and all who will take the risk and accept the responsibility of consciously creating the future they want. --Robert Anton Wilson.
The Internet isn't a broadcast medium. It's a conversation. --John Perry Barlow.
What a lot we lost when we stopped writing letters! You can't reread a phone call. --Liz Carpenter. (Then why stop?)
Two-thirds of the people on the planet die without ever making or receiving a phone call. There are some clear impediments to bringing 100 megabit Ethernet to those people when we can't even get a phone call into them yet. --Scott McNealy, CEO of Sun Microsystems. Aug 97 MacAddict.
The way a question is asked limits and disposes the ways in which any answer to it --right or wrong-- may be given. --Susanne K. Langer.
The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.
Worrying about seat time is worrying about the wrong end of the student. --Unknown.
Appeal to reason in your advertising and you appeal to 4% of the human race. --Advice given at a 1923 conference on advertising.
‘Summer Blockbuster’ tie-in. This is not a paid advertisement.
Anybody can do any amount of work, so long as it isn't the work he is supposed to be doing. --Robert Benchley.
Change … To the fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge exists to make things better. --King Whitney, Jr.