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    Food for thought

    Andrew Keen gives us a timely reminder of the shortcomings of the Internet and its negative societal impacts. A god
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    A disturbing “must-read”

    This is an excellent analysis of the power and influence of Silicon Valley and its massive impact on society and our economic environment. The history of the evolution of the internet and World Wide Web is brilliantly described as is the ultimate betrayal of the standards and idealism of their founders. This book should be read by everybody concerned with the world’s future. In particular free copies should be sent post-haste to every legislator In the world’s parliaments.
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