Pris: 65 kr. E-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp The Futurica Trilogy av Alexander Bard, Jan Söderqvist på For the Futurica Trilogy to truly be understood, it needs to be taken less as a prediction of the future and more as a recontextualization of the. Jan Söderqvist (born ) is an author, lecturer, writer and consultant, and among other things also working as a literary and film critic for the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Söderqvist has written three books on the Internet revolution, collectively known as The Futurica Trilogy, together with philosopher and TV.

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The Netocracts: Futurica Trilogy 1 by Alexander Bard

Futurica Trilogy 1 by Alexander Bard. The history of the world from the perspective of the netocrats–the rising elite of Informationalism, shaped by digital interactivity. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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This I recommend for the two other books in the trilogy as well due to the need to stop and think after a couple frilogy read lines.


This book was written long time ago and we can now actually see that the forecast they made about the future has become true – revealing what great minds the authors are.

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Written 4 years ago it got some things right about the importance of attention and networks. The philosophical aspirations seems very ill grounded and seems to consist mostly of name dropping and vague allusions to different isms. Lots of food for thought, and of high relevance today.

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Books by Alexander Bard. Trivia About The Netocracts: No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from The Netocracts: This process continues in a vicious circle, the inevitable culmination of which is the death of representative democracy, the complete impotence of politicians, and a hyper-real media dictatorship. This process is strengthened by feedback. Then the media go on to show how adaptable politicians are adapting to this norm, or are allowing themselves to be adapted, and so the process goes on and on, ad infinitum.

The investigations of the mass-media are, on their tilogy profound level, investigations into the mass-media themselves. Statistics which purport to represent public opinion are actually the tools used by the media to manufacture opinion. Particularly not in a society where social exclusion meant rapid transportation to the proudest invention of the trrilogy sciences: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.