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Telephone, J. A. Thomas - electronic bk

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Summary
Rabbit continues to prosper on its baseline motto and assumption: "Human are hedonists." With 100% confidence that The Reforms, although antagonistic to the illicit drugs trade and branded merchandising, will prove beneficial for their performance in the long view. And they were right. Even though the measures set forth during The Reformation led to widespread panic throughout most lines of businesses during the war and commenced in an internet blackout that disturbed the entire digital supply chain eco-system, it in turn created a dependency on the structures and systems Run Rabbit so fortuitously supplies.Instead of discouraging the consumer from corporate medium and technologies, The Blackout resulted in a reflection of the human spirit and its utter dependency on the machine. Telephone Bar exists as an antithesis to this movement online but is controlled by the same peoples and systems that father the machines. In looking for an escape from the box, consumers find themselves slaves to new forms and shapes of technology's shackles. Telephone agents promise nostalgia-a return to innocence during a time before point and click. Nostalgia brought to you hot and fresh from the same people that brought you the driverless car. Most of the public is just happy the internet is back on nowadays. Others are glad the streets are clean again. It's the little things that matter
Language
eng
Literary Form
fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
electronic
Isbn
9781393161097

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