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  • Paperback
  • 400pages
  • Who Owns the Future?
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  • English
  • 11 October 2017
  • 144236839X

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  1. says:

    Everyone ought to read this book It is topical, interesting, intelligent, surprising, and important For me, it has a real WOW factor, which I love to find And, in the process you might also become a Jaron Lanier fan, as I have.This book puts together bits and pieces of things about the Information Industry/Economy that I have watched, but never quite managed to get all together Here it is and we all need to understand it.I'm glad

  2. says:

    This might be the worst book I ever read; I fought hard to keep reading from the first page, but had to stop 1/3 of the way through The author kept reiterating the same ideas over and over with angry analogies of various kinds I believe this is because in addition to being an expert in virtual reality, he is also a musician who puts a lot of

  3. says:

    A Must Read, even if the offered solution is flawed The critique of the Silicon Valley culture and forma mentis is brilliant, and very much need

  4. says:

    When I heard Jaron Lanier speak about his book, I was interested in learning about his take our networked information economy So it

  5. says:

    Highly Recommended the book is well written, thoughtful and captures both our situation and posits potential solutions.Specifically how the concentration of data and distribution of risk by those who own the data creates a significant risk to our capitalist based economy and over the long term to the very companies that create the situation Thus, I find it strangley ironic to write this review for free on the bookstoreWh

  6. says:

    I am We are and there has not been a method, since anyone started to remember methods, of uniting the two Collectively, we have pass

  7. says:

    This is a very interesting book from Lanier and well worth reading.He gives a very useful account of what is going on in public big data, search and social media, which is largely accurateand well informed, and wi

  8. says:

    Interesting views, but told in a fuzzy way, not really formalised enough to my taste Some concepts are very important, this is why I would recommend reading the book today: the fact that information on the internet is left in feed forward mode, without necessarily a complete history of where it comes from As opposed to this, wikiped

  9. says:

    This book is awesome and Lanier is a brilliant, lucid and fair thinker The book opened my eyes to how the business model of the Facebooks and Googles (Lanier’s “Siren Servers”) create a world which hollows out the earnings ability of the people who they depend on I like his “human centric” alternative which crea

  10. says:

    A great insight and unlike others Lanier actually offers solutions to the problem.Well written, very clear and an easy read, he has

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The brilliant and daringly original The New York Times critiue of digital networks from the David Foster Wallace of tech London Evening Standardasserting that to fix our economy we must fix our information economyJaron Lanier is the father of virtual reality and one of the worlds most brilliant thinkers Who Owns the Future is his visionary reckoning with the most urgent economic and social trend of our age the poisonous concentration of money and power in our digital networks Lanier has predicted how technology will transform our humanity for decades and his insight has never beenurgently needed He shows how Siren Servers which exploit big data and the free sharing of information led our economy into recession imperiled personal privacy and hollowed out the middle class The networks that define our worldincluding social media financial institutions and intelligence agenciesnow threaten to destroy it But there is an alternative In this provocative poetic and deeply humane book Lanier charts a path toward a brighter future an information economy that rewards ordinary people for what they do and share on the webThe ;br. Everyone ought to read this book It is topical interesting intelligent surprising and important For me it has a real WOW factor which I love to find And in the process you might also become a Jaron Lanier fan as I haveThis book puts together bits and pieces of things about the Information IndustryEconomy that I have watched but never uite managed to get all together Here it is and we all need to understand itI m glad this book was recommended to me and I have gotten several friends to read it all truly appreciate itMy Jaron Lanier library is growing sure glad he is there thinking and writing

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