I just finished reading Yuval Noah Harari’s second book, Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow, and I think it confirms many of the ideas I discuss on my blog, like the importance of understanding the biases of software from an almost non-technical perspective, e.g. the politic
This is just a few seconds from a talk I attended a few months ago as part of an academic cinema conference sponsored by my Alma Matter Concordia University. (I have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from this school.) The specific talk covered other sci-fi films, notably Ob
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The debate over communications rages on much according to Tim Wu’s argument in The Master Switch, and more narrowly made in technically oriented books like Who Owns the Future? by Jaron Lanier and one I just recently read called Dogfight by Fred Vogelstein about the Apple
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