Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

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Digital Labour and Karl Marx

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9780415716154

Routledge, 2013. 403 pages.

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p.166
primitive accumulation »
a economic theory relating to the origin of cap...
p.120
immanence »
philosophical and metaphysical theories of divi...
p.114
moral depreciation »
a Marxist term for a form of depreciation resul...
p.101
panoptic »
(adjective) being or presenting a comprehensive...
p.83
sublation »
(verb) philosophy: to negate or eliminate (as a...
p.302
why alternative platforms will not work
[...] Money is the dominant medium of capitalis...
p.298
one cannot assume users are happy
[...] A full 94.7% say that oppose targeted ads...
p.281
exit from digital labour
[...] Its public listing as a stock market comp...
p.149
neoliberalism as class struggle
There are indications that profits have been in...
p.122
the Californian ideology and neoliberalism
[...] claims about the Internet in the 1990s al...

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The Silicon Valley of Dreams and Nightmares of Exploitation: The Google Labour Aristocracy and Its Context

he cites Glassdoor salary stats from 2013 and comes up with $112,915 as the average salary for a software engineer at Google (US) which is obviously problematic cus it doesn't control for city or time (salaries had been rising for the few years before that) or include stock/bonus (which, at least for me, added over 40%). for senior he gets $114,692

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The Silicon Valley of Dreams and Nightmares of Exploitation: The Google Labour Aristocracy and Its Context

he cites Glassdoor salary stats from 2013 and comes up with $112,915 as the average salary for a software engineer at Google (US) which is obviously problematic cus it doesn't control for city or time (salaries had been rising for the few years before that) or include stock/bonus (which, at least for me, added over 40%). for senior he gets $114,692

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