Jesse Singal and the Woes of Unchecked Hubris

He’s singing his yesmen a powerful tune they can’t resist, and his curiosity loses out in the process.

Logo courtesy of Substack. Photograph courtesy of Jesse Singal on Twitter.

To have a mediation layer between a writer and their audience does have its advantages, but it’s one that early proponents of the blogosphere didn’t think was enough to warrant giving away what little power they had…

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Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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