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❰Ebook❯ ➠ Wasting Time on the Internet Autor Kenneth Goldsmith –

For Decades, Kenneth Goldsmith Has Forced Us To Question What Constitutes And What Does Not Constitute Art In Wasting Time On The Internet, He Demonstrates Persuasively And Precisely The Myriad Ways In Which The Web Undergirds Contemporary Art And Ambitious Contemporary Art Engages Seriously With The Implications Of The Web David Shields, Author Of Reality Hunger A Manifesto The Internet Made The World An Intelligence And Vastly Increased My Own I Got My Theory From Hawthornes House Of The Seven Gables, Wells World Brain And McLuhan, But Now I Have The Internet Instruction Book Wasting Time On The Internet Its Also A Pretty Good History Of The Future Glenn O Brien, Author Of The Style Guy And How To Be A Man Deeply Versed In Avant Garde And Surreal Modes Of Seeing And Playing In The So Called Real World, Goldsmith Proves A Brilliant Guide To The Worlds We Describe As Digital Or Virtual Its Pure Pleasure To Browse And Surf And Swipe And Poke At Contemporary Tech Culture In His Company Rob Walker, Co Editor Significant Objects Entertaining, Vividly Written Investigation Of The Ways People Interact With The Web Goldsmith Maintains A Sharp Focus As He Weaves Together Wildly Diverse Ideas, Explaining New Information Clearly For A General Audience Publishers Weekly A Persuasive Argument About How What Conventional Wisdom Dismisses As Wasting Time Is Actually Time Well Spent Kirkus ReviewsUsing Clear, Readable Prose, Conceptual Artist And Poet Kenneth Goldsmiths Manifesto Shows How Our Time On The Internet Is Not Really Wasted But Is Quite Productive And Creative As He Puts The Experience In Its Proper Theoretical And Philosophical ContextKenneth Goldsmith Wants You To Rethink The Internet Many People Feel Guilty After Spending Hours Watching Cat Videos Or Clicking Link After Link After Link But Goldsmith Sees That Wasted Time Differently Unlike Old Media, The Internet Demands Active Engagementand Its Actually Making Ussocial,creative, EvenproductiveWhen Goldsmith, A Renowned Conceptual Artist And Poet, Introduced A Class At The University Of Pennsylvania Called Wasting Time On The Internet, He Nearly Broke The Internet The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Slate, Vice, Time, CNN, The Telegraph, And Many , Ran Articles Expressing Their Shock, Dismay, And, Ultimately, Their Curiosity Goldsmiths Ideas Struck A Nerve, Because They Are Brilliantly Subversiveand Endlessly ShareableIn Wasting Time On The Internet, Goldsmith Expands Upon His Provocative Insights, Contending That Our Digital Lives Are Remaking Human Experience When Were Wasting Time, Were Actually Creating A Culture Of Collaboration Were Reading And Writing And Quite Differently And Were Turning Concepts Of Authority And Authenticity Upside Down The Internet Puts Us In A State Between Deep Focus And Subconscious Flow, A State That Goldsmith Argues Is Ideal For Creativity Where That Creativity Takes Us Will Be One Of The Stories Of The Twenty First CenturyWide Ranging, Counterintuitive, Engrossing, Unpredictablelike The Internet ItselfWasting Time On The Internet Is The Manifesto You Didnt Know You Needed