Surviving Metamodernism, Part I

“For everyone else, it would resemble mind control.”

Last week, I mentioned metamodernism in my letter encapsulating the 30+ 2020 Year in Review reports.

Metamodernism is incredibly dangerous because of its authentic power, its disregard for the norms of previous epochs and the velocity with which it accelerates change. It is arguably more dangerous now than at its birth circa 2000

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Tech entrepreneur and political practitioner writing about communications, metamodernism and business management.

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Tech entrepreneur and political practitioner writing about communications, metamodernism and business management.

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