Book review: The twittering machine by Richard Seymour

Providing a much-needed shock to the social network system

29th September, 2019

Sociology: The Twittering Machine, by Richard Seymour, The Indigo Press, €16.45

You’ve just posted something on social media, and it’s wildly gaining traction. Somehow you’ve hit on what Seymour calls that “sweet spot” sought after by social media users, “a brief period of ecstatic collective frenzy around any given topic”.

In short, you’re trending. Though you roll your eyes at yourself, at your...

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