Information R/evolution: The New Video

Ear­li­er this year, Michael Wesch, an assis­tant pro­fes­sor of cul­tur­al anthro­pol­o­gy at Kansas State, released a smart video that imme­di­ate­ly went viral on the inter­net. It was called Web 2.0… the Machine is Us/ing Us and it clev­er­ly explained the often vague con­cept of Web 2.0 and why it mat­ters. Now Wesch has launched anoth­er video under the title Infor­ma­tion R/evolution (see below). Influ­enced by the recent book, Every­thing Is Mis­cel­la­neous: The Pow­er of the New Dig­i­tal Dis­or­der, Wesch’s new clip offers a cre­ative look at how the dig­i­tal age fun­da­men­tal­ly changes our rela­tion­ship to infor­ma­tion and how infor­ma­tion gets orga­nized. Have a look.

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