Dec 30, 2012
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You don’t have to believe that the web is the ‘tool of revolution from below’ to say that a lot of the feeling of global transformation of capitalism is oversold,” Carmody says. “There’s always a dynamic between expectation and reality, and in a way maybe our expectations have shifted to be more nuts and bolts and practical. Today, the Internet is more like a fundamental infrastructure of our lives, like telephones or the power grid, with all the attendant assumptions of taking it for granted. It just works, so I’m not going to ask so many questions of it.

Is The Web Getting Worse? | Hazlitt

Our very own Tim Carmody talks to Navneet Alang.

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