Everybody experiences far more than he understands. Yet it is experience, rather than understanding, that influences behavior.
Far more thought and care go into the composition of any prominent ad in a newspaper or magazine than go into the writing of their features and editorials.
Antipathy, dissimilarity of views, hate, contempt, can accompany true love.
Publication is a self-invasion of privacy.
The more the data banks record about each one of us, the less we exist.
Historians and archaeologists will one day discover that the ads of our time are the richest and most faithful reflections that any society ever made of its entire range of activities.
American youth attributes much more importance to arriving at driver’s license age than at voting age.
The printing press was at first mistaken for an engine of immortality by everybody except Shakespeare.
The car has become the carapace, the protective and aggressive shell, of urban and suburban man.
In this electronic age we see ourselves being translated more and more into the form of information, moving toward the technological extension of consciousness.