Facebook Logout: Experiences and Reasons to Leave it [NOOK Book]

Facebook Logout: Experiences and Reasons to Leave it

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Overview

The Quality of Relationships -


Children -


Privacy Issues -


Facebook Changes the Concept of Friendship -


The Inner Reasons to Leave -


The Logout Process -


Logout experiences -


All Your Time or Nothing -


This Time I Really Want to Leave it for Good -


Bad Energy -


Amplifier of an Inner Discomfort -


Looking Through the Keyhole -


An Affection-Compensating Tool -


Boring to Death -


Obsessive-Compulsive

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032989257
  • Publisher: Ivo Quartiroli
  • Publication date: 12/22/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 114,552
  • File size: 144 KB

Meet the Author

Ivo Quartiroli was a software programmer, a book publisher and book author in Italy. Involved both in information processing and consciousness processing through a spiritual path toward the truth, he writes about the intersection of technology, psychology, spirituality and society on his blog, at indranet.org and writes for Italian magazines about technology and society.


Ivo Quartiroli is also the author of The Digitally Divided Self: Relinquishing our Awareness to the Internet.


“It isn't easy to find an informed and critical look at the impact of digital media practices on human lives and minds. Ivo Quartiroli offers an informed critique based in both an understanding of technology and of human consciousness.” —Howard Rheingold


“Aware of the profound and rapid psychological and social metamorphosis we are going through as we ‘go digital’ without paying attention, Ivo Quartiroli is telling us very precisely what we are gaining and what we are losing of the qualities and privileges that, glued as we are to one screen or another, we take for granted in our emotional, cognitive and spiritual life. This book is a wake-up call. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates should read it.” —Derrick de Kerckhove


Intersecting media studies, psychology and spirituality, The Digitally Divided Self exposes the nature of the malleable mind and explores the religious and philosophical influences which leave it obsessed with the incessant flow of information.


The Table of Contents, the introduction and the first chapter of The Digitally Divided Self are available at indranet.org/the-digitally-divided-self-table-of-contents-introduction-and-chapter-1/

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2012

    My Review...

    Very powerful, everyone sharing why they are quitting/quitted facebook but lack of actual research about facebook being able to know all about you without an account and a few other things.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2013

    -_-

    Omgomgomg someone replied..... Jesus. I hope that was a retarded little kid pretending. 5 stars for no effort! W00t.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2013

    Very helpful

    I surpised for this book because i feel some lost about my feelings and toughts for the things happens in facebook with this text i understand it we need to be more social in real life don forget the real problems also.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    OK, but more opinion than fact

    I thought the book was a very long pursuasive essay. I had little research and had a few instances of cursing and inapropriate content. I feel that there is definately a reason it was free.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    To:To Boom

    Omgomgomg yay somebody repliiiiiied!!!

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