Are we doomed? Are we saved? Are we somewhere in between?

I spoke at Yoko Ono’s Meltdown festival at the Southbank Centre on Sunday 23 June as part of the FutureNow weekend. The topic? The internet, of course. Specifically, I spoke about the premise of Untangling the Web: What the Internet Is Doing To You. Here’s the important part of the blurb:

Here she discusses how the web is changing our lives – and the tools and social norms we may have to develop to deal with the web in the future.

It was an absolute honour to stand on that stage (one I’ve looked on so often from the other side) and to have an amazing conversation with the folks in the audience, and my partner in crime, Ben Hammersley, who instigated and fielded the questions.

The session was recorded, so now you can watch too:

Buy Untangling the Web at the Guardian bookshop, on the Faber & Faber website, on UK Amazon or on US Amazon. Other territories are available too!