Feed Essay | Feed by M.T. Anderson

Matthew Tobin Anderson
This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Feed by M.T. Anderson.
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Feed by M.T. Anderson

Summary: Essay provides a review on M.T. Anderson's "Feed."
M.T. Anderson provides an interesting view into what could very well be the future of mankind, permanently bound into a network of information about everything.

As Titus, the main character, carries on his story, he is constantly being bombarded with information about every imaginable detail around him. The need for reading and writing has almost been eliminated as everything is read to him inside his head via the FeedNet, an information network connecting everyone by Feed Chips. Walking through a store will initiate a swarm of prices, fashion advice, and even records his reactions to it, building a consumer profile for corporate America. With this new consumer technology comes the ease of ordering from the comfort of your own head, with shipping lasting a few hours. The amazing detail of placement in this book makes every transmission feel out of your own head.

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