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  • DJL shared from The Shallows: How the internet is changing the way we think, read and remember by Nicholas Carr
    Google wants information to be free because, as the cost of information falls, we all spend more time looking at computer screens and the company’s profits go up.
  • DJL shared from The Glass Cage: Where Automation Is Taking Us by Nicholas Carr
    gamification wields a cynical power. Far from being an antidote to technology-centered design, it takes the practice to an extreme. It seeks to automate human will.
  • DJL shared from Who Owns The Future? by Jaron Lanier
    It is interesting that one biologist might be a Christian while another is an atheist, for instance. But it is more than interesting if a technologist can manipulate urges and behaviors; it is a new world order.
  • DJL shared from Who Owns The Future? by Jaron Lanier
    The information economy that we are currently building doesn’t really embrace capitalism, but rather a new form of feudalism.
  • DJL shared from Who Owns The Future? by Jaron Lanier
    In the network age there can be collusion without colluders, conspiracies without conspirators.

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