Throwing rocks at the google bus : how growth became the enemy of prosperity (book)

Author: Douglas RushkoffThe digital economy was supposed to create a new age of prosperity for everyone. But as Facebook resells our data for billions and self-driving cars threaten drivers' work, it is only exacerbating the gap between the top 1% and everyone else. If we want it to truly redistribute wealth, we need to act now. In Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Douglas Rushkoff identifies this crucial turning point and calls on everyone to remake the economic operating system from the inside out. With practical steps and incisive analysis, he offers a pragmatic, optimistic and human-centred model for economic progress in the digital age.Read this book in the Business Studio


Author: Douglas Rushkoff
The digital economy was supposed to create a new age of prosperity for everyone. But as Facebook resells our data for billions and self-driving cars threaten drivers' work, it is only exacerbating the gap between the top 1% and everyone else. If we want it to truly redistribute wealth, we need to act now. In Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, Douglas Rushkoff identifies this crucial turning point and calls on everyone to remake the economic operating system from the inside out. With practical steps and incisive analysis, he offers a pragmatic, optimistic and human-centred model for economic progress in the digital age.

Read this book in the Business Studio

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