What is the Internet for, and how are we going in transitioning our lives to it? Are we more or less into it than other countries? Have we got the networks right? What do we actually do with it? Are we conducting a massive experiment on our cognitive capabilities?
This is the thirty-sixth Moxie Session, held Monday October 5 2015 in Auckland.
Interview by Andrew Patterson.
Unfortunately, John Wesley-Smith could not join us for the podcast, although he was at the Session in person.
Evidence of how we have moved our lives online
How can we pay for the networks long term
The transformative potential for business and government
Why we can't delegate everything to Google
Listen to Moxie Session 36 — What is the Internet for on Mixcloud