The Internet & Its Enemies

Andrew Keen's "The Internet Is Not the Answer" doesn’t start by saying a spectre is haunting the World Wide Web or end by telling us we have nothing to lose but the invisible chains of our smartphone. But it’s method of analysis is familiar enough to anyone who has read Karl Marx. That's too bad. The internet's contempt for copyright disincentivizing several creative industry and erosion of literacy through a promotion of time wasters serve among its chief sins, which certainly merit a book length--not a Tweet-length--critique. Read my review @ the American Spectator on a technological phenomenon that plays as answer and problem, something gained and something lost.