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Douglas Rushkoff

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Douglas Rushkoff is a New York-based writer, columnist and lecturer on technology, media and popular culture.

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Most of us thought digital technology would connect the whole world in new ways. The Internet was supposed to break down those last boundaries between what are essentially synthetic nation states and herald a new, global community of peers.


National governments were considered extinct. Internet evangelist (and Grateful Dead lyricist) John Barlow dismissed them in...

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Harlequin Books Hello Douglas, it is a pleasure to meet you.


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