Lana Swartz’s book New Money frames money as a media technology, one in major transition.
Radical media strategies, on the streets and on the airwaves, are central to the articulation of climate justice and the contestation of hegemonic meanings of climate action that legitimise colonial violence.
When the Ad Council bombarded television viewers with messages on economic literacy, was it information or propaganda?
When the Ad Council bombarded television viewers with messages on economic literacy, was it information or propaganda? One way to answer that question is to look at corporate managers and executives as consequential social actors.
At its best, the peer economy can reintegrate people who are defined out of the traditional workplace. At its worst, it exploits human labor and degrades human dignity.
Is it profitable to build a franchise on the intense interest of the few and relying on Long Tail economics?
A solid ground for extrapolation and predictions for Internet art’s future as an art world in its relation to the traditional art institutions.