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an anthem for a trash generation
an anthem for a trash generation
In the late 2000s I was sleeping with all of my friends. This didn’t make me special; we were young in one of the several ways people move to cities like New York in order to be young. We were in general not doing much with our lives and so we did what generation after generation of young people have done in order to combat that particular circumstance: We tried to generate enough sex drama amongst ourselves that we didn’t have to notice that we weren’t doing much of anything, that things were harder than they were promised to be, that we had very little money and that everyone else seemed ...
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an anthem for a trash generation
Toward a Constructive Technology Criticism - Columbia Journalism Review
Toward a Constructive Technology Criticism - Columbia Journalism Review
“This is a work of criticism. If it were literary criticism, everyone would immediately understand the underlying purpose is positive. A critic of literature examines a work, analyzing its features, evaluating its qualities, seeking a deeper appreciation that might be useful to other readers of the same text. In a similar way, critics of music, […]
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Toward a Constructive Technology Criticism - Columbia Journalism Review
My Word for the Year | Kevin McGillivray
My Word for the Year | Kevin McGillivray
The joy of the free-diver, the peace of the loon, the patience of the turtle, and a touch of the ingenuity and panache of the great sea explorers (a Jacques Cousteau or a Captain Nemo). Tending my depths, plunging into seas uncharted, dipping into mysterious pools and emerging to share the treasures and tales I find there (and perhaps hiding a few treasure maps of my own).
·kevinmcgillivray.net·
My Word for the Year | Kevin McGillivray
The Web We Lost
The Web We Lost
Update: A few months after this piece was published, I was invited by Harvard’s Berkman Center to speak about this topic in more detail. Though the final talk is an hour long, it offers much more insight into the topic, and I hope you’ll give it a look.
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The Web We Lost