Book review: Born Digital
The book, which grew out of the digital natives project at Harvard University’s Berkman Center, investigates “what it means to grow up in a mediated culture and the ways in which technology inflects issues like privacy, safety, intellectual property, media creation, and learning,”.
In a long review in the Washington Monthly with the title “Open Society – The rules of the digital era arenâ€™t clear, even to the generation that has grown up in it“, Doron Taussig argues that digitisation means social change.
“To live online is to live in a sort of permanent public, and itâ€™s not clear that people have grasped this.”
The cover of that book looks suspiciously like this one: