Virginia Hefferman

New York Times

Author of “Magic and Loss: the internet as art,” former TV critic turned digital culture columnist 

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The Internet has “changed everything.” It’s so important in the development of civilization that it rivals monotheism. To understand it, we need “a new hierarchy of values.”

Is the Internet Art?

The Internet has “changed everything.” It’s so important in the development of civilization that it rivals monotheism. To understand it, we need “a new hierarchy of values.”

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