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Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 18 apr 2017

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"Move Fast and Break Things is the definitive exploration of the platforms, apps and digital destinations that have emerged over the last 30 years, and is an absolute must-read for anyone who wants to gain a little savvy in the internet era--and learn a little bit about the culture of the last three decades while they're at it."

"Jonathan Taplin's Move Fast and Break Things, a rock and roll memoir cum internet history cum artists' manifesto, provides a bracing antidote to corporate triumphalism--and a reminder that writers and musicians need a place at the tech table and, more to the point, a way to make a decent living."
Jeffrey Toobin, author of American Heiress

"Move Fast and Break Things goes on my bookshelf beside a few other indispensable signposts in the maze of the 21st Century--The Technological Society by Jacques Ellul and The Medium is the Message by Marshall McLuhan. I pray the deepest and highest prayer I can get to that this clarion warning is heeded. The survival of our species is at stake."
T Bone Burnett, Grammy-winning producer and musician

"Jonathan Taplin, more than anyone I know, can articulate the paralyzing complexities that have arisen from the intertwining of the tech and music industries. He counters the catastrophic implications for musicians with solutions and inspiration for a renaissance. He shows the way for artists to reclaim and reinvent subversion, rather than be in servitude to Big Tech. Every musician and every creator should read this book."
Rosanne Cash, Grammy-winning Singer and Songwriter

"This is an essential book and a singular hybrid--lucid alternate history of our digital transformation, digital memoir of a pioneering culture industry player, and bracing polemic on how our culture was hijacked and might still be redeemed. And my reaction to Move Fast and Break Things was a three-party hybrid too--provoked, enlightened and inspired."
Kurt Andersen, host of the Peabody-winning public radio program Studio 360

"Jonathan Taplin's new book could not be more timely. Twenty years after the initial euphoria of the Web, ten years after the invention of social media, it's time to stop breaking things and start thinking seriously about the new habitat we're creating. Move Fast and Break Things provides a blueprint for a future that humans can live in."
Frank Rose, author of The Art of Immersion

"In a remarkably innovative and precise amalgam of political economy and cultural criticism, Taplin delivers a devastating critique of our "knowledge-based" economy. This book is a profound analysis of the ruinous impact of the internet economy on the promise of American life."
Benjamin Schwarz, national editor, The American Conservative, former national editor, The Atlantic

"Insightful.... Taplin provides a keen, thorough look at the present and future of Americans' lives as influenced and manipulated by the technological behemoths on which they've come to depend. His work is certainly food for thought."
Publishers Weekly

"A powerful argument for reducing inequality and revolutionizing how we use the Web for the benefit of the many rather than the few."

"Jonathan Taplin's brave new book unmasks a grid of high tech corporate domination that didn't have to be but that now threatens democracy itself. Like the great muckrakers of a century ago, Taplin explains clearly how that domination works and challenges us to do something about it. Our future may well depend on whether we heed him."
Professor Sean Wilentz, author of The Rise of American Democracy

"Taplin has now produced a fascinating book entitled Move Fast and Break Things, which not only has some terrific inside stories about the end of The Band, but is a nuanced look at the downside of what is glibly tossed around as "disruption" by various cyber-messianic blowhards. Taplin is hunting big game; it is his contention that the giants of the cyberworld-from Google to Amazon-are threats to the fundamental foundations of democracy and that they also cement inequality into our systems in new and dangerous ways."―Charlies Pierce, Esquire Magazine

"Taplin's broader explanation of the upheaval in the music and media industries is illuminating."
Wall Street Journal

"Move Fast and Break Things is a compelling work with a clear central vision and a cumulative power that is convincing ....To read Move Fast and Break Things is to be forced to ponder one's implicit support of technological platforms whose creators are, on matters of markets and deregulation, more closely aligned with the likes of Robert Bork, Paul Ryan, and Grover Norquist than with, say, Ruth Bader Ginsberg...there is a lot at stake in Move Fast and Break Things, and a real urgency to do something about it."―Chapter 16

"A bracing, unromantic account of how the internet was captured...a timely and useful book."

"A breakthrough, must-read book...a tour de force--a compelling, story-driven work focusing on the handful of men who have shaped and essentially taken over the massive tech industry. Along the way, Taplin tells his own personal story with charm and insight. If you want to understand what happened to our country and where tech will take us in the era of Trump, put aside some time to read this book. It will take your breath away."
The Alternet

"One can only hope that the growing chorus of voices, now joined by Taplin, will cause Google and Facebook to follow through more vigorously on their efforts to address the fake news debacle.... Most every creator of music and film should welcome the clarion call of Taplin's book."


Jonathan Taplin is the Director Emeritus of the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab, and a former tour manager for Bob Dylan and The Band, as well as a film producer for Martin Scorsese. An expert in digital media entertainment, Taplin is a member of the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and sits on the California Broadband Taskforce and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's Council on Technology and Innovation.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Smart and fun to read 19 aprile 2017
Di C.A.K. - Pubblicato su
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This is a must read for artists and creators. It's an exhaustive, well-researched look at the ways in which internet companies, which are now media behemoths, have manipulated the game to their benefit and our economic disadvantage. Taplin turns his years of experience and his keen insight into identifying how we've ended up in an untenable situation for artists and what must happen to correct this inequity going forward. Smart and fun to read.
6 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle If you value the arts, read this book and write Congress every chance you get. 19 aprile 2017
Di BK - Pubblicato su
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This book clearly explains why and how the creative arts and crafts are under assault. Musicians must tour endlessly, copyrights are ignored, films are pirated, writers are paid by the word (if at all), newspapers and magazines are going belly up or reducing staff and the distribution networks are getting very rich. This book should be required reading for anyone who values the contribution that the arts make to our democracy and the threat posed by the reversal of net neutrality. It's also a good read!
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5.0 su 5 stelle A Polital Page Turner 20 aprile 2017
Di Ann Verona - Pubblicato su
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I couldn't stop reading it, which is surprising to me for this kind of book so filled with facts can be dry and dragging. Packed with stories this book is told in almost movie fashion--in fact, it would make a good one. I loved the read. A real eyeopener to what goes on in Silicon Valley behind the scenes and a hard look at our future.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A vastly entertaining, informative and comprehensive account of how ... 19 aprile 2017
Di Margaret S. - Pubblicato su
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A vastly entertaining, informative and comprehensive account of how certain internet monopolies have affected our lives and incomes and what can be done to correct these manipulative practices. An important book for all of us.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Welcome to the future. Today. 20 aprile 2017
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Jonathan Taplin gives the reader a timely perspective of what is happening in our world today. First it was music, then newspapers and, finally, EVERYTHING. Read this book to equip yourself for what is now our reality. Do it before we completely lose what rights to our personal information we are barely holding on to.