My old philosophy professor, Sidney Hook, asked the question, “If you could have a magic carpet that took you anyplace you wanted to go, would you want it?” Of course. “But if the price were a million lives a year, would you willingly pay it?” Of course not. “But that’s what the automobile is, isn’t it?” he replied.
The point Professor Hook made is that for every act of progress, there’s a price. That’s also the point of this book.
The price of the extraordinary gift of the internet, and even the so-called social media, is the vulnerability of one’s reputation.
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