Comment to Sarah

Hi Sarah!

From reading your post, you quoted, “Imagination is that ratio among the perceptions and faculties which exists when they are not embedded or outered in material technologies” (MuLuhan 195). I agree with your statement, “…our imagination cannot thrive if we are constantly engrossed in technology;” yes, the Internet can shut parts of our imagination down, but how could we get to where we are with how technology is coming to in today’s world? Our imagination is what drives people to create the technology that is constantly changing with each and every year. You also go on quoting McLuhan, “perverse ingenuity of man;” I do also agree with you on this quote on how you say “we have to become it.” Maybe we do have to become this to conform to the technology, and the new media that is coming out all of the time. New media and its new technologies that are changing every year, makes me think, “is our imagination expanding to new limits from all of the new media and technologies in the world today?”


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