The Kernel has secured an exclusive invitation-only roundtable with Andrew for Kernel subscribers and selected special guests on Thursday night.
Are Facebook, Twitter and other new media platforms connecting humanity as never before, or are they making us lonelier and more disconnected than ever?
Andrew Keen, self-styled “Anti-Christ of Silicon Valley”, is in London for one night only this week to promote his new book, Digital Vertigo: How Today’s Online Social Revolution Is Dividing, Diminishing, and Disorienting Us.
It is short notice, but we have secured an exclusive invitation-only roundtable with Andrew for Kernel subscribers and selected special guests on Thursday night.
Numbers are strictly limited to 20 people. The event is free to attend and you will receive a complimentary copy of Digital Vertigo.
Andrew Keen’s Digital Vertigo
The Cobbold Room
Adam Street Private Members’ Club
The evening promises an exciting and high-level debate. If you would like to attend, simply email the editor.