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Foucault, Collaborative Filters and our new Social Discourse

Michel Foucault studied “history” as a collective _story_ — and suggests some useful ways to look at the profound effects technology is having on our culture.

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Websites don’t exist: Facebook, Buddhism and the Nature of Being

“Websites” don’t exist, and they never did. Like it or not, Facebook is just pulling the wool from your eyes — and in the process, they’re exposing deep philosophical issues from Buddhism to 20th-century philosophy of science — and help us predict the future.


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