TLC Podcast 11: What’s So Impressive About A Diamond Except the Mining?

With special guest Fadeke Adegbuyi in the room this week, the gang discusses her upcoming essay on the tracking app Spoonbill, the tensions and triumphs of collective editing, and how the container affects the content. Questions include: How and where do we communicate our own self, particularly in writing about the increasingly fragmented nature of collective and individual online identity? Is neutrality a myth? With insight from Taylor, Dan, and Nathan on the tug-of-war that is finishing a piece and continuing on to the next, this Long Conversation visits a place known to anyone who’s ever “finished” something: where to next?

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