The Clouds (part 3 of 3)


Our series concludes with some revelations. Metahaven uses the story of Wikileaks to show us the infrastructure of the cloud and its super-jurisdictional powers. The BBC’s Paul Mason takes us on a wild tour of China in his novel Rare Earth. And a pile of iPhones brings your host a moment of clarity.

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6 thoughts on “The Clouds (part 3 of 3)

  1. Ink Kensington

    Loved the series. One question: why no 3d printers? Isn’t a 3d printer making the immaterial cloud material?

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  2. Ben Parzybok

    Really incredible series. As a ‘cloud worker’ I was floored at the implications on govt. control re: wikileaks and the cloud. I just wanted to stop by and say thanks for making it. I’m really looking forward to more TOE pieces in its new home.

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  3. Alan McDonald

    I loved this series and your show in general. I don’t know why but I keep coming back to listening to The Clouds (all parts). There’s so much information in them.
    Well done dude. Keep them coming.

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