Then you must like tech journalism reduced to gadget reviews and sycophantic bro-files. Net neutrality, use of big data, and the netizens movement behind Bernie Sanders are other examples how tech is ever persuasive in civic life. Done with due diligence, giving voice to alternate views and digging beyond assumptions are at the heart of good journalism. Thanks, Wired. As Rolling Stone mag once lead the difficult discussions necessitated by a new music in tandem with the political climate of the 1960s and 1970s, so should Wired articulate the dialogue between ubitquitous technology and our cultural politics in these times. Can’t wait to read and learn.