Internet Pathway To Terror: Digital Lifestyle “Dehumanizes” Unhappy Users

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Internet Pathway to Terror, by Dave Masko. Information technology removes the need to interact with friendly people in the flesh. The inconvenient truth about today’s digital technology lifestyle is most users know “IT” is dehumanizing. While IT seems that everyone these days are hell over heels in love with information technology industry gadgets, devices, apps, video games and software; the r...

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he Internet and digital technology is getting old. Users are less enthusiastic about vegging online 24/7; while President Obama and others view the Net as a clear and present danger to Homeland Security because all recent mass killings in America have been enabled or linked to the Internet and digital culture. Dave Masko’s latest “new journalism” collection of reports is a stunning testament to his incisive sensitivity and his anti-tech voice, which commands nostalgic overtones of a not too distant past when people actually enjoyed face-to-face “human” conversations rather than texting, tweeting and e-mailing as one’s only means to communicate with people; including family and friends. The author’s enduring emphasis on why users should “unplug” from the tech beast has its roots in more than 15 years of new journalism reporting about the rise of the all-powerful “Big Brother” information technology industry. Masko’s new journalism reporting vignettes of youth tech addiction points to the user foolishness of choosing online voyeurism over sampling BEING HERE NOW with someone in the flesh. The book also features devastating data about the Internet’s links to homegrown and global terrorism; while also questioning “why” users do not get this clear and present danger to their freedom because they are “more or less blinded by the tech light; while getting down on bended knees to the so-called computer-nerd-cool of the infamous Silicon Valley. This new journalism reporter has been in the “belly of the tech beast” and IT is found everywhere.