in answer to @you's question, maybe tao lin and chris kraus come closest? altho maybe not chris kraus, she's some other generation. you could throw jarett kobek in, specifically 'i hate the internet', but it's not quite right, cos he's still writing from outside that culture, looking inside with horror. tao lin i've only read 'trip' which i thought was excellent, but i've tried and failed with his other books.
but i would like to read a good novel about how the internet has impacted our lives for better or worse, one where the author is inside it, not someone like me who can remember an analogue age p
That bit where I just selected and added nothing to it? I think I must have just sat on the keyboard or something or just drifted off with the laptop in my hands cos I didn't go to bed at all last night. I've only just seen that (sort of) post in fact.Not sure what yer getting at rich please explain