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Steven Savage is an IT Professional, writer, blogger, and speaker on "Geeky" jobs, culture, and civics. From ways to leverage our hobbies, to cultural changes, to what it means to be a geek and a citizen, Steve's goal is to explore - and help out.

www.stevensavage.com - His personal website, with his speaking schedule and latest works.

www.informotron.com - Steve's press site. Find all of his works here!

www.seventhsanctum.com - A site of creative tools for artists and writers.
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Down The Audience Hole

(This column is posted at www.StevenSavage.com, Steve’s Tumblr, and Pillowfort.  Find out more at my newsletter, and all my social media at my linktr.ee)

As my regular readers are aware, I’ve been finding myself dissatisfied with a lot of media today.  There’s something unsatisfying about too much of it, at least to my mental palate.  It seems samey, it seems to lack depth, it seems so manufactured

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SUMMARY: An excellent book on extremism and conspiracy theories in America, and how we can treat them. A little unpolished, but invaluable - with a great Bibliography.

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