Asher Wolf on ‘Hope is people not falling into line with programming written by others’

Part ode to ‘creative consumption’, part an exegesis of TV content and part a celebration of the type of siloing [or filtering] that come commentary has been critical of, but overall an interesting post celebrating disruption and ‘working together’ as hope.

Hope is when we realise we no longer give a shit anymore about messages from daytime t.v., from governments and traditional institutions about how to save kittens up trees or stop the end of the world or fight unknown combatants in unknown lands for oil wells when we have renewable energy shining above us 365 days a year. see

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