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Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (edició 2018)

de Jaron Lanier (Autor)

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A timely call-to-arms from a Silicon Valley pioneer. You might have trouble imagining life without your social media accounts, but virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier insists that we're better off without them. InTen Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, Lanier, who participates in no social media, offers powerful and personal reasons for all of us to leave these dangerous online platforms. Lanier's reasons for freeing ourselves from social media's poisonous grip include its tendency to bring out the worst in us, to make politics terrifying, to trick us with illusions of popularity and success, to twist our relationship with the truth, to disconnect us from other people even as we are more "connected" than ever, to rob us of our free will with relentless targeted ads. How can we remain autonomous in a world where we are under continual surveillance and are constantly being prodded by algorithms run by some of the richest corporations in history that have no way of making money other than being paid to manipulate our behavior? How could the benefits of social media possibly outweigh the catastrophic losses to our personal dignity, happiness, and freedom? Lanier remains a tech optimist, so while demonstrating the evil that rules social media business models today, he also envisions a humanistic setting for social networking that can direct us toward a richer andfuller way of living and connecting with our world.… (més)
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Títol:Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now
Autors:Jaron Lanier (Autor)
Informació:Henry Holt and Co. (2018), 160 pages
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Valoració:****
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Admittedly I've been on the social-media-is-the-devil-and-destroying-our-world train for quite some time. And, I watched The Social Dilemma right after finishing this book. So I was convinced before I even started. That said, he has thought way longer and way deeper about technology than you or I have. It was more philosophical than I expected. But I'm convinced, along with many others. Some believe if things do not change democracy (at least in the US) will implode within 20 years, but facebook is likely to survive. yay. ( )
  nrt43 | Dec 29, 2020 |
I might even do it. ( )
  francesanngray | Dec 26, 2020 |
Hace un tiempo atras que he estado pensando sobre lo que le hemos permitidos a estos "grandes" de los servicios de redes sociales y servicios de comunicación electrónicos, que aunque nos facilitan la manera de comunicarnos le hemos otorgado un permiso a entrar en nuestros hogares sin tener tan claro hasta donde pueden llegar. Cada vez que aceptamos sus condiciones y términos para utilizar sus servicios, les damos la autorización (ellos entienden esto) para poder entrar en todo lugar que puedan alcanzar, desde nuestros correos electrónicos, fotos, mensajes, texto, voz, localización, etc. Es sorprendente la cantidad de información que pueden obtener sin que tengamos la menor idea. ¿No te ha pasado que has hablado con alguna persona sobre un tema, luego entras a una de tus redes favoritas, y de momento llega un anuncio relacionado a esa conversación? Casualidad.......

Leer este libro debería ser obligatorio para quienes valoran su atención, su privacidad y quieren comenzar a evaluar la manera que podemos romper con los lazos que pretenden hacernos creer que no es posible. ( )
  s3phiroth2006 | Dec 1, 2020 |
In this short but dense polemic, noted “techie” (and, as the acknowledgments reveal, Microsoft employee) Jaron Lanier presents thought provoking arguments about why users should delete their Facebook and Google accounts. These two tech giants use their algorithms to manipulate both individuals and societies, and are engaging in a massive social experiment that, at its most extreme, could result in the end of all we hold dear. I found Lanier’s reasoning a little hard to follow at times, and way too dependent on bare URL footnotes as evidence. So will I be deleting my social media accounts? Maybe. I've always been somewhat distrustful of social media, but I wasn't particularly moved to action by this book. ( )
  akblanchard | Oct 24, 2020 |
Reading only Argument Two is enough to convert any rational, sane human being who's like to stay that way. ( )
  Parthurbook | Oct 12, 2020 |
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A timely call-to-arms from a Silicon Valley pioneer. You might have trouble imagining life without your social media accounts, but virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier insists that we're better off without them. InTen Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now, Lanier, who participates in no social media, offers powerful and personal reasons for all of us to leave these dangerous online platforms. Lanier's reasons for freeing ourselves from social media's poisonous grip include its tendency to bring out the worst in us, to make politics terrifying, to trick us with illusions of popularity and success, to twist our relationship with the truth, to disconnect us from other people even as we are more "connected" than ever, to rob us of our free will with relentless targeted ads. How can we remain autonomous in a world where we are under continual surveillance and are constantly being prodded by algorithms run by some of the richest corporations in history that have no way of making money other than being paid to manipulate our behavior? How could the benefits of social media possibly outweigh the catastrophic losses to our personal dignity, happiness, and freedom? Lanier remains a tech optimist, so while demonstrating the evil that rules social media business models today, he also envisions a humanistic setting for social networking that can direct us toward a richer andfuller way of living and connecting with our world.

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