Grafton Tanner

Grafton Tanner is the author of Babbling Corpse: Vaporwave and the Commodification of Ghosts. His writing has appeared in The Hong Kong Review of Books, Merion West, and We Are the Mutants. He is working on a book about Big Tech and neoliberalism.


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Digital Detox: Big Tech’s Phony Crisis of Conscience
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