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John Seabrook is an American journalist who writes frequently about technology and popular culture. He has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1993. He coined the term nobrow.

Seabrook graduated from Princeton University in 1981 and received an M.A. in English Literature from Oxford. He began his career writing about business and has published in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers, including Harper', Vanity Fair, GQ, The Nation, The Village Voice, and the Christian Science Monitor. He also written two books, Deeper: My Two-Year Odyssey in Cyberspace (1997), and Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing, the Marketing of Culture (2000).



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