"I think, therefore I am" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] has been obsolesced
by "I touch, therefore I am" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
EM: Digital media have not obsolesced
the human body: that condition has reigned since the first electric media appeared.
For example, he was one of the first to identify the fact that assembly line production was being obsolesced
by electronic technologies, in works such as The Future of Industrial Man (1942), and Landmarks of Tomorrow (1959).
reversal (4), fir example, can be thought of as an obsolescence (2) of the intensification (1), andlor a retrieval (3) of the obsolesced
Traditional authority: corresponds with orality (obsolesced
by print media).
Obsolescence, in short, ensures total acceptance and even wider use." (5) This line seems to suggest that when something is obsolesced
, it withdraws into the hidden ground, and becomes a strand of invisible force that is perhaps even more deadly since it is unperceived.
"I am holding on to my cassette tapes, but these clearly are being obsolesced
by the 'record industry' as well."