Alienated, alone and angry: what the digital revolution really did to us
from BuzzFeed News
In April 1997, Wired magazine published a feature with the grand and regrettable title "Birth of a Digital Nation." It was a good time to make sweeping, sunny pronouncements about the future of the United States and technology. The US stood alone astride the globe. Its stock market was booming. Microsoft was about to become the world's most valuable company, a first for a tech firm. A computer built by IBM was about to beat the world chess champion at his own game.
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