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‘Who Owns the Future?’ Why Jaron Lanier Remains a Digital Optimist

If the technology industry can boast a true renaissance man, it is Jaron Lanier. A polymathic computer scientist, composer, visual artist and author with a mass of dreadlocks tumbling down his back, t... read more

Keen On… Jaron Lanier: Why Entrepreneurs Need To Make Their Customers Wealthy

The distinguished tech inventor, entrepreneur and writer Jaron Lanier is nostalgic for the future. In his acclaimed new book, Who Owns The Future ... his criticism of Silicon Valley, remains an optimi... read more

Free Content Is a Service, and We Should Tip Like It

In his critically acclaimed 2013 book, Who Owns the Future?, computer scientist Jaron Lanier proposes ... in the digital realm. (Unlike non-tech industries, which require your money rather than just y... read more

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Jobs? They’re so last century, says Seth Godin

Why? Love him or loathe him, Godin is always thought-provoking. Usually, his topic is marketing, but recently, he used his blog to take on a subject much closer to our hearts here at WebWorkerDaily: t... read more

Review Of Zero To One By Peter Thiel

Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build The Future by Peter Thiel, with Blake Masters, Crown Business, NY, 2014 Silicon Valley, with all its IT prowess and digital ... Jaron Lanier, former chi... read more

Tim O’Reilly on why the future probably won’t be all that terrible

Author and long-time friend of Ars Technica Rob Reid recently had the opportunity to interview legendary publisher Tim O'Reilly about O'Reilly's new future-focused nonfiction ... An example: though I ... read more

Algorithms are taking our jobs

The author of Who Owns The Future ... Corp to compete with "free", which is why they're fighting back, trying to get it seen as piracy. But there is far more to algorithms than better-targeted adverti... read more

The False Prophets

The digital revolution holds great promise but also great danger, including a future where humans are marginalized and ... For years American IT specialist Jaron Lanier, who is no foe of technology, h... read more

The Bathrobe Era: What the Death of Print Newspapers Means for Writers

For about four years in my early twenties I worked at two small newspapers: the Mill Valley Record, the decades-old weekly newspaper in my hometown that died a few years after I left; and the Aspen Da... read more

Ghost in the Machine

Birkerts was alarmed by the emerging effect of new technologies on his beloved books and book reading, as digital distractions threatened ... critics as diverse as Jaron Lanier and Evgeny Morozov have ... read more

Book Reviews

But if dreadlocked polymath Jaron Lanier is right they should. According to Lanier, the emerging digital economy has succeeded in concealing ... Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau International remains very planes... read more

Why the SAFE Network Matters

Jaron Lanier’s book, Who Owns the Future covers this trend and potential futures clearly. We desperately need to repair our relationship with our own data, seek out solutions to regain control, and pu... read more

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