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Book review: Jonathan Taplin’s Move Fast and Break Things homes in on the human cost of the digital revolution
Jonathan Taplin's book asks : why is it that creating culture – good culture that people really want – just doesn’t pay the bills anymore? How have the filmmaker, journalist and musician become the casualties of the digital age?
May 3, 2017
Book review: Tim Wu’s The Attention Merchants explains how and why our time and opinions are converted into cash
From 19th century newspapers to mass television audiences and social media, businessmen have used both the hard sell and more subtle ways to gain our attention and manipulate our opinions.
January 19, 2017
Book review: Simon Parkin asks what makes video gaming so addictive, if not downright dangerous, in Death by Video Game
It’s not just the virtual characters who die in video games – sometimes the players, too, are found dead, slumped over their keyboards. What makes gaming so addictive? This book is a surprisingly emotional appreciation of this pixellated world.
August 20, 2015