We tend to think about media disruption as driven by technological innovation. But the ‘enshittification’ of our socials shows that the tech itself plays a relatively minor role
In a recent post for her Thesis Whisperer blog, Inger Mewburn described the evolution of social media as a process of “enshittification”.
The term, borrowed from Cory Doctorow, perfectly captures the trajectory of the major platforms, all of which provide a significantly crappier experience than they did even a few years back.
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