It's probably safe to call Michael Patrick Lynch a critic of the Internet.
But you might want to Google him to be sure. Lynch runs the "Humility and Conviction in Public Life" project at the University of Connecticut.
He joined us last year to talk about his book The Internet of Us, about how we seem to know LESS in an age when huge amounts of information are available to us in seconds.
Lynch offers up some ideas of how we might restructure the Internet, or at least our approach to it.