Questioning The Idea of a Creative Class

Questioning The Idea of a Creative Class
technology
Dan Gould
  • 7 august 2008

Jeff Jarvis has a compelling post describing how we’re witnessing the end mass production and of a priestly, elite creative class. He explains that though the internet does not make us more creative, it’s an open platform for sharing, where the best will stand out. A place where merit is not defined solely by a taste making gatekeeper.

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