Franklin Foer; World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech; Penguin Press; 2017-09-12; 272 pages; ASIN:1101981113: Kindle: $14, paper: $18+SHT.
- Staff, The Atlantic
- Fellow, New America Foundation.
- How Soccer Explains the World,; Harper Perennial; 2013; 288 pages; ASIN:0061978051: Kindle: $10, paper: $3+SHT.
- Winner: National Jewish Book Award.
- ex-editor The New Republic; duration: 7 years.
tl;dr → GFAA is bad. GFAA is Google, Facebook, Apple,, Amazon.
and → <shrill><quote>At stake is nothing less than who we are, and what we will become.</quote></shrill>
- Who Owns the Internet? — What Big Tech’s Monopoly Powers Mean for our Culture, also appearing in non-clickbait non-machine readable settings (i.e. in paper-print) as “The Content of No Content”; Elizabeth Kolbert (bio); In The New Yorker; 2017-08-28; separately filled.
Teaser: What Big Tech’s monopoly powers mean for our culture.