Episode 3.02 The Ad-Driven Web, Part II

The responsibilities of producers, consumers, and advertisers on the modern web

Tagged: business, economics, social media, technology

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In which we continue our conversation from 3.01, turning our attention from the system issues which led to the modern state of the web to what we ought to do about it—as consumers of content, as producers of content, and even as advertisers.

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