Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of projects/technology-and-revolution/reading-list


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    99 * [https://www.ted.com/talks/pope_francis_why_the_only_future_worth_building_includes_everyone Pope Francis] TED talk on the future (video)
    1010 * [http://www.epi.org/publication/the-zombie-robot-argument-lurches-on-there-is-no-evidence-that-automation-leads-to-joblessness-or-inequality/ Zombie Robot arguments is false] argues that robots aren't the cause of job loss, but instead inequality and a power imbalance.
     11 * [http://idlewords.com/talks/notes_from_an_emergency.htm Notes from an Emergency] outlines problems in the tech industry from a European perspective, identifying anti-surveillance, accountability and unionization of tech workers as priorities.
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    1213== Tech-focused articles - what is possible ==
     
    1920 * [http://switch.sjsu.edu/v6n2/articles/wright.html Contemporary Assumptions on Race and Technology]. Michelle Wright examines the relationship between black people and technology
    2021 * [http://www.alternet.org/books/move-fast-break-things-jonathan-taplin-tech-interview?akid=15453.130185.eWAV4j&rd=1&src=newsletter1075876&t=2 Interview with Jonathan Taplin on the Reactionary Vision and Destructive Role of Internet Giants.] Google, Facebook and Amazon sometimes spout politically progressive statements but their policies are driven by an Ayn Rand liberterianism that contributes to deepening inequality and social destruction. This interview with an author of a book about just that explains why.
    21  * [https://theconversation.com/is-there-structural-racism-on-the-internet-72919 Is there structural racism on the Internet] explores the spatial-like aspects of racism on the Internet.