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McLuhan

(məˈkluːən)
n
(Biography) (Herbert) Marshall. 1911–80, Canadian author of works analysing the mass media, including Understanding Media (1964) and The Medium is the Message (1967)
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Noun1.McLuhan - Canadian writer noted for his analyses of the mass media (1911-1980)
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In 1967, Marshall McLuhan said: "We shape our tools and, thereafter, our tools shape us." Except that it wasn't really McLuhan who said it.
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Google Doodle honored Herbert Marshall McLuhan, who is known for having one of the most significant predictions of the 20th century, on his 106th birth anniversary Friday.
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The 10 essays in this volume explore the impact on Canadian vorticism in the writings of Lewis, Marshall McLuhan, Sheila Watson, and Wilfred Watson.
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