Weekly essays on how technology reshapes how we create and consume culture, plus updates on my book and writing.

If there's a theme among these pieces, it's a certain preoccupation with replicability and authenticity. What does a cultural experience — shopping, traveling, eating, listening to music — mean when it's filtered through so many layers of media? Technology seems to act as a scrim, distorting whatever the real — — quality of an experience is in favor of its aura, which is more often than not homogenized and repetitive, no matter how unique it seems.

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Frequency of publication Once per week
Type of pubilcation Independent
Writer(s) Kyle Chayka