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Keen Andrew: The Internet is Not the Answer: Why the Internet Has Been an Economic, Political and Cultural Disaster - and How it Can be Transformed

Počet strán: 288

Väzba: tvrdá

EAN: 9781782393405

Jazyk: anglický

ISBN: 9781782393405

Dátum vydania: 2. mája 2015

Vydavateľstvo:  Atlantic Books

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Rozmery: 2,6 cm x 15,6 cm x 23,4 cm

The Internet is Not the Answer: Why the Internet Has Been an Economic, Political and Cultural Disaster - and How it Can be Transformed

Autor: Keen Andrew

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O knihe: "The worldwide web is now a quarter of a century old. Invented in 1989, there can be no doubt that the web, and the new businesses it has enabled, has transformed the world. But, according to Andrew Keen, this disruption has been a terrible failure. In The Internet is not the Answer, Keen has written a sharp, witty polemic proving that, so far, the web has been mostly a disaster for everyone except a tiny group of young privileged white male Silicon Valley multi-millionaires. Rather than making us wealthier, the unregulated digital market is making us all poorer. Rather than generating jobs, it is causing unemployment. Rather than holding our rulers to account, it is creating a brightly lit, radically transparent prison in which everything we do is recorded. Rather than promoting democracy, it is empowering mob rule. And rather than fostering a new renaissance, it is encouraging a culture of distraction, vulgarity and narcissism. So what is to be done? The next twenty-five years are key, Keen explains, because, by 2040, everyone alive will be online. In The Internet is not the Answer, he disrupts the disrupters by laying out a five-part solution to the crisis. He says we need to rethink the web, revive government authority, rebuild the value of content, resurrect privacy and, above all, reconceive humanity. The stakes couldn't be higher, he warns. If we do nothing at all, this new technology and the companies that control it will continue to impoverish us all. "

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