Learning New Tricks: Analyzing Andrian Kreye’s “Hopes for the Web 3.0”

In an earlier post analyzing the common trope-du-jure (are the Egyptian upheavals representative of a technological spark that will start a prairie fire in East Asia?) I cited an article by Andrian Kreye which I had had schlepped back from a newsstand in Berlin’s tremendous node of prose-production, Rosenthaler Platz.  The article deals with the political meaning of the internet and in particular delves into … Continue reading Learning New Tricks: Analyzing Andrian Kreye’s “Hopes for the Web 3.0”