The Geek's Chihuahua: Living with Apple
by Ian Bogost
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press 2015
Number of pages: 90
The ubiquitous iPhone and its kin saturate our lives, changing everything from our communication to our posture. Ian Bogost contrasts the values of Apple's massive success in the twenty-first century with those of its rise in the twentieth.
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