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The cult of the amateur – part 2.

I thought it would be interesting to see what Andrew Keen‘s views are on social news sites; in fact I try to dissect here the relevant passages (pp92-96) from chapter 3 – “Truth and lies” in his book I mentioned … Continue reading

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The cult of the amateur

“Shrewdly argued,” says the New York Times about Andrew Keen’s “The Cult of the Amateur” – and I couldn’t disagree more. To me, the book read like a big huge warning sign or exclamation mark, pointing at the perceived damage … Continue reading

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