I’m running through my essay on technology and religion (previous incarnation in the Introduction to Religious Studies, revised version for the Journal of Lutheran Ethics). I’m having fun filling in details and adding footnotes, rereading an essay I enjoy a lot, and imagining it appearing for academic consumption and interaction. Perhaps you all can help me — I’m trying to think of doom-and-gloom techno-skeptics of the Nicholas Carr sort (‘the Internet will make your teeth fall out even if you don’t log in!’); I remember their screeds drifting past me, but no specific names come to mind. If you think of a good example, feel free to leave me a comment. Would Jaron Lanier fit that role?

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