Op-eds and columns

September 8, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Google's tenth birthday present to itself – the age of Chrome is here

August 25, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Forget Phelps, this year’s greatest Olympic winner has to be NBC

August 12, 2008
de Volkskrant (NL)
Paris for president, nu nog een grapje

August 11, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
New Media: The British CEO teaching YouTube how it's done – among other things

July 29, 2008
de Volkskrant (NL)
Digitale revolutie doodt het lezen niet

July 28, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Kids with cameras lead the way in giving web users their daily Fred

July 16, 2008
Internet Evolution
Publishers, Think Outside The Book

July 15, 2008
de Volkskrant (NL)
Steve Jobs is de moderne Henry Ford

July 14, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Digital TV: iPlayer's play for online eyes
The BBC hiring Kazaa's Anthony Rose to run its online media player was like the Royal Navy signing up pirate Jack Sparrow, writes Andrew Keen

July 14, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
How 3G iPhone cements Apple's ownership of the digital consumer

July 1, 2008
de Volkskrant
Steve Jobs is de moderne Henry Ford

June 30, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
We all deserve a second chance in life. Now we can get it on the web

June 16, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Choose your words carefully, the blink media revolution has begun

June 2, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
The ancient city of dreaming spires embraces the internet generation

June 9, 2008
Internet Evolution
Why 'Rethinking' Copyright Law Is a Huge Mistake

May 27, 2008
Internet Evolution
The 'Truthiness' About Wikipedia

May 19, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
I came to bury journalists but in the end I could only praise them

May 5, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Even this advertising giant admits he was 'too late' for Web 2.0

May 2, 2008
Guardian (UK)
Comment is free: It's our own fault
Press freedom: Instead of journalism by experts, we now prefer self-expression and the democratised interactivity of blogs and wikis

April 28, 2008
Internet Evolution
Why Facebook's Valuation Is So Absurd

April 21, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
The Napster bloodbath damaged music more than Lennon's murder

April 7, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Telling children what to do is not the best way to protect them

March 24, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Has the prophet Steve Jobs found the secret of our digital futures?

March 10 , 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Why online anonymity is the last refuge of cowards and scoundrels

March 1, 2008
Los Angeles Times
Douse the online flamers
Faceless Internet sadists who ruin reputations don't deserve full free-speech protection

February 25, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Writers might have won a battle but everyone could lose the war

February 21, 2008
Internet Evolution
The Curse of Internet Anonymity

February 11, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
Why Yahoo will be remembered as the most successful failure

January 28, 2008
The Independent (UK)
Andrew Keen on New Media:
It won't be the internet wot won it as old media set the pace in US poll

December 18, 2008
Internet Evolution
The Future of the Internet Is the Past

October 15, 2007
AD WEEK
Art & Commerce: Death by YouTube.

July 12, 2007
LA TIMES
Is Google's data grinder dangerous? It wants to know more about us than we know ourselves.

February 2, 2007
CBS News
Rookies Interfere with Super Bowl Ads.

February 2, 2007
The Weekly Standard
Web 2.0 at the Super Bowl. And 2007 won't be like 1984.

May 5, 2006
CBS News
Google In The Garden Of Good And Evil.

May 3, 2006
The Weekly Standard
Google in the Garden of Good and Evil.
How the search-engine giant moved beyond mere morality.

April 14, 2006
SFGate.com
Andrew Keen writes for the SFGate Tech Chronicles blog.

March 17, 2006
The Weekly Standard
A book review of Glenn Reynolds book Army of Davids.
Glenn Reynolds's "Army of Davids" preaches the gospel of techno-utopia.

February 15, 2006
The Weekly Standard
Web 2.0. The second generation of the Internet has arrived. It's worse than you think.

February 15, 2006
CBSNews.com
"Web 2.0 Is Reminiscent Of Marx", The Weekly Standard article is featured on the CBS News opinion page.