|Author:||Ian O./AngellIan Angell|
|Title:||New Barbarian Manifesto: How to Survive the Information Age|
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|Category:||Internet and Social Media|
|Publisher:||Kogan Page; First Edition edition (2000)|
Welcome to the Brave New World of the New Barbarian Manifesto. This is a brutal and brutish world, a world of barbarians, where the certainties of the twentieth century, its power bases, its institutions are collapsing. Individuals, companies, communities and countries will either be catapulted into a new prosperity, or be relegated to poverty, obscurity and extinction. New technology is undermining societal stability. Our twentieth-century socio-economic institutions must either mutate or die. The book is divided into seven sections.
ac. YS. Chapter 1: I ~ o r m a t i o n s u p e r h i ~ w a ~ s Chapter 2: The new barbarians Chapter 3: Globalization and localization. 9 21 27. Chapter 4: Where do wework?
Not so, according to Ian Angell, dubbed "The Angell of Doom" by The London Times. Angell claims that information technology is breeding a new society of "barbaria Technology and the Information Age have been hailed as the great liberators - genies that will free us all from enslavement to mundane chores and the daily grind, and empower all those that are computer literate. Not so, according to Ian Angell, dubbed "The Angell of Doom" by The London Times.
A line is being drawn between information rich and information poor, whether they be countries, communities, companies or individuals. Highly mobile virtual enterprises are developing totally new business practices. Using the networked portable computer and the mobile phone, they are turning office workers into ‘teleworkers’. According to the Gartner Group there will be 130 million telecommuters worldwide by 2003 (Canada Newswire, 9 June 1998).
The new barbarian manifesto: How to survive the information age. I Angell. Kogan Page Ltd, 2000. Introduction to Engineering Drawing: The Foundations of Engineering Design and Computer Aided Drafting. Prentice Hall PTR, 1992. Reflections on the academic policy analysis process and the UK Identity Cards Scheme. EA Whitley, IR Hosein, IO Angell, S Davies. The information society 23 (1), 51-58, 2007.
Ian Angell, dubbed "the Angell of Doom" by The (London) Times, lays out his manifesto for the New Barbarians who will lead the economic elite into a Brave New World over the next two decades. He rejects the long-held view of information technology as our benign liberator from mundane work. Instead, he regards it as the seed for a new society, in which the winners in the knowledge economy will construct their own "smart regions" founded on libertarian principles and enlightened self-interest. The losers, however, face a bleak future
Ian Angell, dubbed "the Angell of Doom" by The (London) Times, lays out his manifesto for the New Barbarians who will lead the economic elite into a Brave New World over the next two decades.
European Journal of Information Systems. Authors and affiliations. First Online: 05 December 2000.