The push-pull paradigm shift.


Why are networks so powerful? Networks control what we read, what opinions we're exposed to, and the products we consume. To control the internet is to control humanity. The invention of the internet was a turning point in the creation of two types of network -- bureaucratic networks and non-bureaucratic networks. The bureaucratic networks that used to dominate control over our lives existed as newspapers, radio stations and television news networks, and supersaturated our information exposure.