Let it be marked as such!
Warren is good at spotting end-of-cycle signposts (was it last year - or early this one - that he noted a subtle upsurge in New End Times / Apocalypse signifiers?)
One thing, however, that us middle-aged men (actually, I think I'm officially 'Old' now? - ornearasdammit) need to beware is projecting our own inner end-of-cycle / seasonal / life-change dynamics onto the world. It's certainly something I'm becoming increasingly aware (and wary) of. There's no doubt, though, that we are entering a state of AttentionEconomyFail, bu-u-u-ut it's not necessarily failing for the disrupto-corporate actors that can bring Big Processing Firepower to bear on the problem; throwing a zillion pecoMIPs bandwidth and a battalion of bots at yer self-advertising enterprises allows you to leverage out margins that are inaccessible to individuals or start-ups further dn the processing food-chain. Certainly, for now, Accelerationism and Upscaling still work in that arena for Those Who Can Afford To, but fer the rest of us, as Warren says, a Post-Attention Economy beckons (or we just stick our fingers in our ears to mute the endless Jabberhowl of Late Era Social) -- the victor will be whoever figures out its future shape first.