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Holding Down Fort Past

 
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 30, 2011 12:35 pm    Post subject: Holding Down Fort Past Reply with quote

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[T]he very same structure in which the public has become participant, the old management cast finds itself merely holding a fort that is no longer on the frontier of action. They automatically become "diehard" defenders of an old "movie set", as it were, expertly assuming a heroic stance and grimace: "Theirs is not to reason why." Meantime, "the reason why" has become both plain and accessible to the new actors.

--from Marshall, McLuhan, Take Today: The Executive As Dropout (1972), p4



I just used this quote in a threaded conversation happening on Internet Evolution. We are discussing the impact of Social Media on time in the workplace. Many are objecting to its intrusion...I argue for its ascendency.

Does Cyberloafing Boost Worker Productivity?

http://www.internetevolution.com/author.asp?section_id=1122&doc_id=232702
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