Review: <i>And Then There’s This</i> by Bill Wasik

Today in January Magazine’s non-fiction section, contributing editor Caroline Cummins reviews And Then There’s This by Bill Wasik. Says Cummins:

Bill Wasik may be the smartest guy in the room, but that doesn’t mean he’s bright. A senior editor at Harper’s magazine, Wasik is the latest to shove his way into the crowded room of brave-new-media-world soothsayers, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Internet pundits Clay Shirky (Here Comes Everybody) and Chris Anderson (The Long Tail) as well as such here’s-how-the-world-really-works types as Malcolm Gladwell (The Tipping Point) and the Freakonomics guys (Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt).

What these authors — all male, mostly white, and generally middle-aged — share is the Secret of the Scam: I will reveal the hidden mysteries of the universe to you, but only if you buy my book first.

The full review is here.

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