The Epic Struggle of the Internet of Things, Bruce Sterling
Bruce Sterling

The Epic Struggle of the Internet of Things

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Bruce Sterling is an author, journalist, critic and a contributing editor of Wired magazine. Best known for his ten science fiction novels, he also writes short stories, book reviews, design criticism, opinion columns and introductions to books by authors ranging from Ernst Jünger to Jules Verne. His non-fiction works include The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier (1992), Tomorrow Now: Envisioning the Next Fifty Years (2003) and Shaping Things (2005).
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Читать вместе с Shaping Things и "Обратной стороной Интернета" Евгения Морозова.

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Roma Moskalenko
Roma Moskalenkohas quoted3 months ago
the relationship of the reader to the Internet of Things is not democratic. It’s not even capitalistic. It’s a new thing. It’s digital-feudalism
Oxana Azure
Oxana Azurehas quotedlast year
IoT (as its friends like to call it) has one distinct advantage: everyone already has a smartphone in their hands
Надя Дегтярева
Надя Дегтяреваhas quoted3 years ago
Google and Facebook don’t have “users” or “customers”. Instead, they have participants under machine surveillance, whose activities are algorithmically combined within Big Data silos.
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