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Re: <nettime> Evgeny Morozov and the Perils of "Highbrow Journalism"
Geert Lovink on Mon, 20 Oct 2014 11:05:19 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Evgeny Morozov and the Perils of "Highbrow Journalism"

Liking and liking and quoting and responding is something one does
as part of a libidinous txt economy. It is circulating desire. If
it becomes a must, an obligation, people stop doing it over night.
In today's like economy you never quote or link to your enemy or
competitor or rival (or give it a name). That's all too human. Not
hard to understand. And this is why the whole Google search logic
is fundamentally fraud. An epistimological mistake. If you want to
downgrade your foe, ignore, that's the real law of the cyber economy.

Ciao, Geert

On 18 Oct 2014, at 1:53 AM, gab fest <gabfest {AT} gmx.us> wrote:

> On 10/17/14 6:30 AM, d.garcia wrote:
>> The Morozov article is indeed very misleading. There is nothing in
>> the New Yorker headline to indicate that this is anything other
>> that an article full of the ideas and research by Morozov himself.
> A headline does not usually have a dual function as a footnote,
> although that's an interesting concept: the proposition that an
> essay's head should eat its tail. That sort of circularity would
> surely promote good circulation.

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