Creative Destruction For a Better Creativity

But to really dissolve the creative class into a universal creativity, the tyranny of ‘cool’—fashion as a mass-market business; trend spotting as an entrepreneurial vocation; friendship as a quantitative measure; influence as an end in itself—would have to be abolished, not generalized as it is in social media.

Rob Horning, “Social Media, Social Factory”

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