I’ve just finished listening to the first in a series of five audio essays by writer and broadcaster Ken Hollings being aired this week on BBC Radio 3, collectively entitled “Requiem for Networks”. Ken is truly one of the most thought-provoking, out-there thinkers on technology and the human condition I have ever come across. He makes Clay Shirky look like a broken automaton.
The fifteen minute essays are being broadcast at 11pm every night this week. Last night’s was “Welcome to the Labyrinth“, a theme Ken and I discussed in June last year on his regular Resonance 104.4 show, Hollingsville. Go listen.
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