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Andrew Keen rages against the machine in 'The Internet Is Not the Answer'
Andrew Keen rages against the machine in 'The Internet Is Not the Answer'

We are the Internet's "victims rather than beneficiaries," writes Andrew Keen. But actually, we're both The Internet Is Not the Answer Andrew Keen Atlantic Monthly: 273 pp., $25 Andrew Keen has a lot of bile to share. He hates selfies. Instagram, he writes in his latest polemic, "The Internet Is Not the Answer," "is a useful symbol of everything that has gone wrong with our digital culture over the last quarter century." Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is "socially autistic" and Uber's Travis Kalanick is a "libertarian clown." Silicon Valley, in general, is a seething hotbed of callow 21st century robber barons...

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