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Rethinking the ‘Social Industry’ Problem

Our interactions with technology are much more complex than many critics acknowledge

An ant under the control of a “zombie fungus” — not to be confused with a person using Twitter. Photo: Penn State/Flickr

I’ve been reading a new book called The Twittering Machine. Written by Richard Seymour, it examines and complicates the clichéd narrative that social media companies are enacting a kind of…




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Damon Beres

Damon Beres

Co-Founder and Former Editor in Chief, OneZero at Medium

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