003 – Because Internet, Mothers Against Digital Danger


Ashish Kulkarni and Aadisht Khanna discussed a book about language on the internet, and a podcast episode about what it would take for the internet to disappear. The book was Gretchen McCulloch’s Because Internet, and the podcast was the episode Mothers Against Digital Danger from Rose Eveleth’s Flash Forward. As always, Aadisht and Ashish digressed a lot, and especially into nostalgia for the internet of the 1990s and the early 2000s.

What We Discussed

Goodreads: Because Internet

Wikipedia: My Son, the Physicist by Isaac Asimov

Goodreads: Sea People

Youtube: Mission Impossible II trailer

Wikisource: The Adventure of the Dancing Men

Flash Forward: Mothers Against Digital Danger

YouTube: Limp Bizkit – Take A Look Around

Other Reading

This section covers articles that fit in with what we talked about, but which we forgot to mention, or which we found only later on.

The Atlantic: How the Coronavirus Generation Will Use Language


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