Morozov was ahead of his time when, in 2011, he published The Net Delusion, a cautionary essay about the internet as an intrusive and oppressive force in modern life. He followed that up, in 2013, with To Save Everything, Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism, in which he questions the benefits of technological progress, urging the cultivation and nurturing of “imperfections” in liberal democracy. Now a senior editor at The New Republic, Morozov is also working on a doctorate at Harvard, on the history of science.
Two decades of the web: a utopia no longer
Evgeny Morozov traces the development of the web from the laboratories of the Cold War to the world of venture capital and big money.
An experiment with anarchy
Thomas Meaney reviews To Save Everything, Click Here.