"« Mon Dieu, qu’est-ce qu’on a fait ? » : Les ex de Facebook et Google ont des états d'âme" (Usbek&Rica)

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14 Jui 2019 11:43 - 14 Jui 2019 12:10 #22059 par Shane_Fenton
Sur le même sujet, voir le dossier de New York Magazine : The Internet Apologizes (désolé si le lien a déjà été posté ici) :
nymag.com/tags/the-internet-apologizes/
nymag.com/intelligencer/2018/04/an-apolo...le-who-built-it.html

Je retiens en particulier les remarques de Jaron Lanier sur la contradiction désastreuse entre la position de pouvoir et la mentalité de forteresse assiégiée :

We used to be kind of rebels, like, if you go back to the origins of Silicon Valley culture, there were these big traditional companies like IBM that seemed to be impenetrable fortresses. And we had to create our own world. To us, we were the underdogs and we had to struggle. And we’ve won. I mean, we have just totally won. We run everything. We are the conduit of everything else happening in the world. We’ve disrupted absolutely everything. Politics, finance, education, media, relationships — family relationships, romantic relationships — we’ve put ourselves in the middle of everything, we’ve absolutely won. But we don’t act like it.

We have no sense of balance or modesty or graciousness having won. We’re still acting as if we’re in trouble and we have to defend ourselves, which is preposterous. And so in doing that we really kind of turn into assholes, you know?

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