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The Poverty Of Tech And The Tech Of Poverty

It was one of those rainy and damp days, I was finding my way out of the F-train subway on Bergen St. in Brooklyn. On the mezzanine level, in the corner of the stairwell, I noticed a young man, couldn’t have been much older than 30....

It was one of those rainy and damp days, I was finding my way out of the F-train subway on Bergen St. in Brooklyn. On the mezzanine level, in the corner of the stairwell, I noticed a young man, couldn’t have been much older than 30....
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  1. I’m not sure whether to feel relief or puzzlement at finding the Frankfort School still employable to speak to the mess we’re in. Either the texts themselves are infinitely malleable (as I suppose they would be to a Universal Educated Person) or the trends I first saw these concepts attributed to have accelerated in the last several decades. Most probably both hold some truth.

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