For your third essay, please write a two to three-page (600-900 word) response to the following question:
In “Technological Subversion” (pp. 145-156), David Strong questions “the good life” that modern technology seems to afford us. What point is Strong making here, and what is your assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of his position? How does Strong’s distinction between “things” and “devices” serve to support or detract from his claims?
Please ensure that your essay addresses each component of the assigned question and that your answer is well-organized, uses excellent, college-level prose, and makes judicious use of textual evidence.