Andrew Curry

I started as a financial journalist for BBC Radio 4’s Financial World Tonight, before moving to Channel 4 News during the 1980s. I still maintain an interest in digital media and in the notion of the creative economy.

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The ‘enshittification’ of the corporate world

In other words, the diagnosis of ‘enshittification’ is right on the money. But the disease is far more widespread, and goes far deeper, than Doctorow suggests.

March 23, 2023


How to accelerate the transition

The consultancy SystemIQ, working with University of Exeter, Simon Sharpe and the Bezos Earth Fund, has produced a report that looks at the positive tipping points that could accelerate the transition to a post-carbon future.

March 21, 2023

We are all modern now

We can salvage the good things that modernity has brought that can be taken with us. We can mourn the good things that we will lose.

March 13, 2023

Against everything

I wonder if the protestors in Oxford are also trying to fill the gap between knowledge and knowing, but with an experience of the social and economic world that has conditioned them, perhaps rightly, to be suspicious.

February 27, 2023

The future of cities and the future of work

You can’t talk about the the future of work without thinking about the future city, since the shape and structure of work is bound up more or less completely with the shape and structure of cities.

February 22, 2023

At Work in the Ruins: Review

And what I take from this is that we don’t get to choose whether or not there is an ending. We only get to choose what kind of ending we have, and therefore what we have left to build from.

February 14, 2023

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