A review of Andrew Keen’s new book Digital Vertigo


There is a review of Andrew Keen’s new book Digital Vertigo in Times Higher Education. It’s written by Henry Farrell. Those who remember Andrew Keen’s earlier book The Cult of the Amateur may not be surprised by the descriptions of the direction of the book’s polemical argument. Here is my highlight from Farrell’s review:

Poor Jeremy Bentham’s corpse staggers through the earlier parts of the book like an incompetently reanimated zombie, required by its master to carry out a variety of narrative tasks according to no very obvious plan.

Here is some further information about Digital Vertigo.

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