No Comment

Continuing the growing conversation about the bottom half of the Internet – both ridiculed and praised (or at least, appraised critically). I wrote a piece about the positive values of anonymous commenting a while back. In summary, my take is that online journalism is a two way process – a … Continue reading

No Future

The problem with using the statistical present as proof of how the future will develop is that there is no control. There is no future to refer to. People prefer print. Now. People prefer to deal in money. Now. People understand linear narratives better. Now. We don’t know what they’ll … Continue reading