Any decent writers or thinkers who work almost exclusively on the internet. The only two important ones I can think of are Eliezer Yudkowsky and Piero Scaruffi, and I'd hate to think they are the best the web has to offer.
Reddit wasn't any help, does /lit/ know of anyone worth reading?
I'm not saying it's a viable career thing, I don't believe Yudkowsky makes much money off of his site and I know Scaruffi doesn't. Still though, there are like 2 billion internet users, one of them has to have written something important.
Again, I'd appreciate it if you stopped memeing and gave me some recommendations of someone in the same field who does it better.
I'm curious to know if those are the only two relevant thinkers on the web.
But r/books is fucking horrible. I posted the question to r/insightfulquestions hoping to find the only two people who post insightful answers and none of them bit.
I'm asking this question not to imply those thinkers are good, but because I'm interested in the viability of the internet as a medium.
Its simple, if your good enough to not use the internet, you don't. If your not good enough to be in print, you use the internet. When it comes to philosophy and literature, the internet isn't an alternate medium, its a lesser medium.