About Andrew Keen

Andrew Keen is the author of Cult of the Amateur (published June 5)

Not Everyone Can Be Kevin Kelly

Not Everyone Can Be Kevin Kelly
By May 31, 2007

From: Andrew Keen To: Kevin Kelly Subject: If only everyone was kk Kevin, Have we changed the original question? Now it’s not whether we can save the Internet, but whether the Internet can save us. You believe that it can. … Read More

The Cult of the Audience

The Cult of the Audience
By May 31, 2007

From: Andrew Keen To: Kevin Kelly Subject: Dylan went electric, and it wasn't your damn business Kevin, You are right, of course, that I’m being intellectually crude (what you call “fundamentalist”) in my polemic on behalf of intellectual property. And … Read More

Don’t Scan My Book

Don’t Scan My Book
By May 30, 2007

From: Andrew Keen To: Kevin Kelly Subject: Death or Salvation? Kevin, You say that my book should be called the “Cult of Anonymity” rather than The Cult of the Amateur. :-) Yes, the cult of the amateur and the cult … Read More

Can We Save the Internet?

Can We Save the Internet?
By May 29, 2007

Andrew Keen is the author of Cult of the Amateur: How Today’s Internet is Killing Our Culture. Kevin Kelly is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine. In this week’s Big Question, they debate "Can we save the internet?" From: … Read More