BOOK REVIEW: Detroit City Is the Place to Be

Here is something very seldom said: Consider me spoiled by academic books. Whatever you or I think of their prose, the fact remains that academic books almost always declare two important things at the outset: their purpose, and their method. Mark Binelli's Detroit City Is the Place to Be lacks both. It makes for an … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Detroit City Is the Place to Be

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The Moral Principles of Tech Workers

To even engage with the Google Manifesto's arguments is to submit ourselves to a lobotomy, in which we must follow the threads of Mobius-strip logic and argue against competing moral principles. Oh, by far the most egregious offence in that manifesto was the incoherence and ugliness of its morals, disguised in a sort of rationalism that … Continue reading The Moral Principles of Tech Workers