In the current Guardian, American novelist Jonathan Franzen writes “What’s wrong with the modern world?” Franzen retrieves cranky German polemicist Karl Kraus from the 1930’s to buttress a literary critique of the cultural evaporation accelerated by Big Capital solutionist appropriation of the Internets. Perhaps because there are so few public techno-critics in literary culture in . . . → Read More: To hate on the Internets, Click Here.