Monthly Archives: April 2013

Is the Fifth Wave a good witch or a bad witch? (3)

This is the third in a series offering a normative evaluation of the radical changes brought about by the Fifth Wave of information – what is sometimes called the digital revolution.  My method is simple:  to examine specific attributes of this ongoing transformation, and … Continue reading

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Is the Fifth Wave a good witch or a bad witch? (2)

This is the second of a series of posts offering a normative evaluation of the radical changes brought about by the Fifth Wave of information – what is sometimes called the digital revolution.  My method is simple:  to examine specific … Continue reading

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Is the Fifth Wave a good witch or a bad witch? (1)

 My concern in writing this blog is to understand the effects of the Fifth Wave of information across various domains.  This has seemed sufficiently ambitious.  Tossing out cosmic judgments would be fun but self-indulgent.  Marx’s scorn for interpreting the world … Continue reading

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