Andrew Keen on Digital Vertigo: Inequality, Anxiety & Loneliness in the Social Media Age

We need a master. This is Andrew Keen’s request. He not only challenged the audience but also the previous speakers addressing social media themes. It’s not about the cult of individuals, not about social ubiquity. It’s about a profound shift in nature, it’s the way we organize. According to Andrew, the competitive world of social media is the most unsocial world, reflected by a radicalized individualism. And that’s why we need someone to put the whole thing together. Watch this video on video.nextconf.eu, where you can rate it, share it with your social network and find other talks…

We need a master. This is Andrew Keen’s request. He not only challenged the audience but also the previous speakers addressing social media themes. It’s not about the cult of individuals, not about social ubiquity. It’s about a profound shift in nature, it’s the way we organize. According to Andrew, the competitive world of social media is the most unsocial world, reflected by a radicalized individualism. And that’s why we need someone to put the whole thing together.

Watch this video on video.nextconf.eu, where you can rate it, share it with your social network and find other talks from our archives.