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Surviving Metamodernism, Part II

Identifying the meta-metanarrative.

In the weeks since writing Part I of Surviving Metamodernism, the world has changed. Like many Americans, I was first ambivalent about Donald J. Trump’s second impeachment and then riveted by the House impeachment managers’ performance. The slick presentations, supercut videos, and tweet-sized recriminations led the media to praise Rep. Jamie Raskin and the House team’s…

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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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