7 edition of Cyberselfish found in the catalog.
"In Cyberselfish Borsook journeys through and rants about high tech culture, profiling the worlds of ravers, gilders, cypherpunks, anarcho-capitalists, and other Silicon Valley life forms, and exploring the theory and practice of technolibertarianism in all its manifestations."--Jacket.
|LC Classifications||JC599.U5 B593 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||00021525|
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The author wrote in her Preface to the paperback edition of this book, "This is a book about people and culture, not about computer hardware and software. It's about a culture that existed before the creation of Silicon Valley and the Internet and that will be around long after high tech has retreated to being just one industrial sector among many and has ceased being regarded as sacred fire."3/5(21).
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Cyberselfish is an important book to study for those in High Tech - to see how they are perceived, how they themselves stack up when engaged in a critical examination of their culture, and to consider and act upon ways that they can become better corporate citizens/5.
Book Shopping: Table of Contents for "Cyberselfish" The Making of "Cyberselfish" Introduction Ravers and gilders. In which I describe something of the strange land of technolibertarianism (it's a culture, not a political party) that I will be guiding readers through.
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In this absorbing and thoughtful book, the author takes on the new "Bobos in the promised land" of high technology, and finds their overall grasp on reality and worldview selfish, superficial, and self-absorbed.3/5. Cyberselfish: A Critical Romp Through the Terribly Libertarian Culture of High Tech Paulina Borsook, Author PublicAffairs $24 (p) ISBN Buy this book.
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