In Neil Postman's article, The Judgment of Thamus , he explain the pros and cons of technology. He starts with telling a story about King Thamus and an inventor named Theus. Theus was trying to impress the King on his new inventions and intergrade it into society with the King's approval. The King disapproved of the inventions because he felt it would hinder society and make them lazy and reliant on these knew inventions. Postman does agree that technology can become a burden, we only look at what technology can do but not as well take away. His thoughts are more towards the positive and negatives of new technology, "New Technologies alter the structure of our interest: the things we think about. They alter the character of our symbols: the things we think with"
From reading both Frank Rose's, The Art of Immersion : Fear of Fiction, and Neil Postman's, The Judgment of Thamus, I believe that they would agree with one another. Postman states the development of new technologies has changed the structure of our society and the way we think. This support the last few sentences of Frank Rose's article , " Technology makes authenticity suspect, and technology gives us a wherewithal to demand it- if that's what we really want. Except that it's not what we want. Its what we think we want". They both acknowledge the fact that technology influence our thoughts and how we deal with life in society.