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The Hyperlinked Life

The Hyperlinked Life Live with Wisdom in an Age of Information Overload

By Jun Young and David Kinnaman
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.23 Stars

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On 9/8 Jennie Nelson wrote: The Hyperlinked Life: Live with Wisdom in an Age of Information Overload (Frames) is one in a series called Frames put out by the Barna Group.  These are small, short little books about one topic of cultural relevance. I was drawn to this book from its subtitle: Live with Wisdom in an Age of Information ... Book Review: The Hyperlinked Life

Jennie 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/10 Len Wilson wrote: We are 24/7 digital now. It's been coming for decades (see: Being Digital by Nicholas Negroponte, 1995) but it seems that at some point in an undetected coup the pods arrived and avatars silently commandeered our analog selves. Now we move around in a state of comatose hyperactivity, staring at our devices. The ... What to do about your hyper digital life

Len's Rating:

3 Stars

On 4/4 Debi Martin wrote: The Hyperlinked Life: Live with Wisdom in an Age of Information Overload by Zondervan PublishingMy rating: 4 of 5 starsThis is a short, succinct book on the positives and negatives that come with living in the digital age. We have constant access to information through our phones, the Internet, and social ... The Hyperlinked Life by Jun Young and David Kinnamen (Barna Frames)

Debi's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/1 Michael Carter wrote: The Way We Were and Are "We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works." Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt   The transmission of technology has forward gears only... there is no reverse; digital natives have no problem accepting this concept, but digital ... The Hyperlinked Life

Michael's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/25 Steven Holt wrote: The Barna Group is known for its research and Jun Young and David Kinnaman have put together an outstanding book that deals with the amount of technology we are faced with every day. This series of books called “Frames” are short books that intend to “give you the essential information ... The Hyperlinked Life by Jun Young and David Kinnaman

Steven's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/23 Tiffany Malloy wrote: Everyone has heard that we are well into the digital revolution. But how about the knowledge revolution? We still have access to information produced for mass consumption. But the knowledge revolution- with information now available through interconnected digital devices such as smartphones, tablets, ... Book Review: The Hyperlinked Life

Tiffany's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/22 Jonathon Burns wrote: When seeing that David Kinnaman (UnChristian, You Lost Me) co-authored this book, I knew I had to pick it up. When I saw that the other co-author, Jun Young, worked at Microsoft and in communications, I was even more intrigued. The Hyperlinked Lifeis a part of the Barna Group’s “Frames” series. ... The Hyperlinked Life by Jun Young & David Kinnaman

Jonathon's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/19 SimplySherryl wrote: Yikes! When we stop and think about how connected with are with technology, it can be frightening. Have I ever completely unplugged? Yes – but it was hard. Really hard… I found it interesting that I didn’t miss the big things, bad news or truly exciting news does seem to find its way around to ... Makes you stop and think,

SimplySherryl's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/18 Marv wrote: We live in a world that is hyperlinked, and we are bombarded by connections and information. How does one navigate this crazy world of hyper connectivity? Can one develop a theology of information? This book gives clarity on both of these deep questions. The authors state: “Our devices are wireless, ... The Hyperlinked Life- A Book Review

Marv's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/12 theMICAHANDREW wrote: We live in the digital age. An era in which everything we do can be tracked and evaluated electronically, and from the palm of your hand. Electronic devices are the highest bought item for birthdays and holiday celebrations. We write, sing, read, exercise, find social circles, share our opinions, monitor ... Be Present

theMICAHANDREW's Rating:

4 Stars