People don’t watch TV as they did long ago. All the action’s online. Big money supports media conglomerates that support podcasters, youtubers, etc who wear flannel shirts and pretend to be “average guy” and get millions of eyes watching / ears listening

People don’t watch TV as they did long ago.
All the action’s online.
Big money supports media conglomerates that support podcasters, youtubers, etc who wear flannel shirts and pretend to be “average guy” and get millions of eyes watching / ears listening
What makes online so insidious vs TV is that we end up becoming mouthpieces for them, sharing memetic images and memetic ideas that didn’t come from us. We just agree readily to them and happily argue in forums about them for other people, not realizing we’re unpaid labor
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