Richard Barbrook The Class of the New

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http://www.theclassofthenew.net Netizens, elancers, cognitarians, swarm-capitalists, hackers, produsumers, knowledge workers, pro-ams... these are just a few of the monikers that have been applied to the new social class emerging from the networked workplace. In this short book, Richard Barbrook presents a collection of quotations from authors who in different ways attempt to identify an innovative element within society - 'the class of the new'. Announcing a new economic and social paradigm, this class constitutes a 'social prophecy' of the shape of work to come. From Adam Smith's 'Philosophers' of the late 18th century, down to the 'Creative Class' celebrated by sociologist Richard Florida today, the class of the new represents the future of production within and beyond capitalism. An OpenMute production http://openmute.org

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Richard Barbrook is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Westminster and an active member of Class Wargames. He is the author of Imaginary Futures: From Thinking Machines to the Global Village, The Class of the New, and Media Freedom: The Contradictions of Communications in the Age of Modernity.

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