The Internet can be cool and awesome

“This proletarian public sphere consists of counterpublics-alternative publics formed by working-class subjects creatively reappropriating, resisting, and refashioning their horizons of experience in an oppositional relation to the limits and exclusions of the classical hegemonic and the industrial-technological public spheres […] Negt and Kluge nonetheless offer a useful way of conceptualizing the processes of the formation of contingent, alternative publics or collectivities that harness the potential of mass-mediated technologies.”

-Kavita Daiya

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