Just a few of Marshall McLuhan’s insightful quips:
The story of modern America begins With the discovery of the white man by The Indians.
Only puny secrets need protection. Big discoveries are protected by public
Whereas convictions depend on speed-ups, justice requires delay.
Mud sometimes gives the illusion of depth.
The trouble with a cheap, specialized education is that you never stop paying for it.
People don’t actually read newspapers. They step into them every morning like a hot bath.
The road is our major architectural form.
Today each of us lives several hundred years in a decade.
When you are on the phone or on the air, you have no body.
The answers are always inside the problem, not outside.