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New Books in Technology

By Marshall Poe

Interviews with Scholars of Technology about their New Books

  1. 1.
    Kerim Yasar, "Electrified Voices: How the Telephone, Phonograph, and Radio Shaped Modern Japan, 1868-1945" (Columbia UP, 2018)05/28/2019
    1:30:13
  2. 2.
    Gökçe Günel, "Spaceship in the Desert: Energy, Climate Change, and Urban Design in Abu Dhabi" (Duke UP, 2019)05/24/2019
    41:46
  3. 3.
    Martin Collins, "A Telephone for the World: Motorola, Iridium, and the Making of a Global Age" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2018)05/23/2019
    50:36
  4. 4.
    Eric Topol, "Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again" (Basic Books, 2019)05/07/2019
    39:44
  5. 5.
    Chris Bernhardt, "Quantum Computing for Everyone" (MIT Press, 2019)05/02/2019
    53:41
  6. 6.
    Crystal Abidin, "Internet Celebrity: Understanding Fame Online" (Emerald Publishing, 2018)04/29/2019
    47:39
  7. 7.
    Christopher Preston, "The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reengineering Our World" (MIT Press, 2018)04/18/2019
    51:28
  8. 8.
    Tom Wheeler, "From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future" (Brookings, 2019)03/27/2019
    57:48
  1. 9.
    Discussion of Massive Online Peer Review and Open Access Publishing03/19/2019
    30:24
  2. 10.
    Kartik Hosanagar, "A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence: How Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives" (Viking, 2019)03/12/2019
    53:45
  3. 11.
    James Schwoch, "Wired into Nature: The Telegraph and the North American Frontier" (U Illinois Press, 2018)03/06/2019
    49:59
  4. 12.
    Joy Lisi Rankin, "A People’s History of Computing in the United States" (Harvard UP, 2018).02/19/2019
    38:28
  5. 13.
    Adrienne Mayor, "Gods and Robots: Myths, Machines, and Ancient Dreams of Technology" (Princeton UP, 2018)02/06/2019
    40:08
  6. 14.
    Matthew Longo, "The Politics of Borders: Sovereignty, Security, and the Citizen after 9/11" (Cambridge UP, 2017)02/04/2019
    53:29
  7. 15.
    Jan English-Lueck, "Cultures@SiliconValley: Second Edition" (Stanford UP, 2017)01/28/2019
    1:06:37
  8. 16.
    Megan Finn, "Documenting Aftermath: Information Infrastructures in the Wake of Disasters" (MIT Press, 2018)01/08/2019
    53:47
  9. 17.
    Pamela E. Klassen, "The Story of Radio Mind: A Missionary's Journey on Indigenous Land" (U Chicago Press, 2018)12/24/2018
    49:59
  10. 18.
    A. G. Holloway and J. W. White, "Our Little Monitor: The Greatest Invention of the Civil War" (Kent State UP, 2018)12/19/2018
    45:15
  11. 19.
    Paola Bertucci, "Artisanal Enlightenment: Science and the Mechanical Arts in Old Regime France" (Yale UP, 2018)12/06/2018
    53:12
  12. 20.
    McKenzie Wark, "General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century" (Verso, 2017)12/06/2018
    1:01:16
  13. 21.
    Chris Horrocks, “The Joy of Sets: A Short History of the Television” (Reaktion Press, 2017)11/08/2018
    37:04
  14. 22.
    Raymond Boyle, “The Talent Industry: Television, Cultural Intermediaries and New Digital Pathways” (Palgrave, 2018)11/06/2018
    38:41
  15. 23.
    J. Obert, A. Poe, A. Sarat, eds., “The Lives of Guns” (Oxford UP, 2018)11/01/2018
    31:46
  16. 24.
    N. M. Sambaluk, “The Other Space Race: Eisenhower and the Quest for Aerospace Security” (Naval Institute Press, 2015)10/29/2018
    1:25:12
  17. 25.
    Lee Humphreys, “The Qualified Self: Social Media and the Accounting of Everyday Life” (MIT Press, 2018)10/19/2018
    1:12
  18. 26.
    Wade Roush, ed., “Twelve Tomorrows” (MIT Press, 2018)10/18/2018
    39:10
  19. 27.
    Byron Reese, “The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity” (Simon & Schuster, 2018)10/04/2018
    1:11:25
  20. 28.
    P.W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking, “LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018)10/02/2018
    48:32
  21. 29.
    Ben Epstein, “The Only Constant is Change: Technology, Political Communication, and Innovation Over Time” (Oxford UP, 2018)08/22/2018
    44:50
  22. 30.
    Julie A. Cohn, “The Grid: Biography of an American Technology” (MIT Press, 2017)08/15/2018
    20:46
  23. 31.
    Laura Kalba, “Color in the Age of Impressionism: Commerce, Technology, and Art” (Penn State UP, 2018)06/14/2018
    58:48
  24. 32.
    Jacob N. Shapiro, “Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict” (Princeton UP, 2018)06/07/2018
    53:40
  25. 33.
    Larry Cuban, “The Flight of a Butterfly or the Path of a Bullet? Using Technology to Transform Teaching and Learning” (Harvard Education Press, 2018)06/06/2018
    32:40
  26. 34.
    Hala Auji, “Printing Arab Modernity: Book Culture and the American Press in Nineteenth-Century Beirut” (Brill, 2016)06/05/2018
    49:20
  27. 35.
    B.J. Mendelson, “Privacy: And How to Get It Back” (Curious Reads, 2017)05/03/2018
    45:28
  28. 36.
    Yutao Sun and Seamus Grimes, “China and Global Value Chains” (Routledge, 2018)04/30/2018
    42:51
  29. 37.
    George Perkovich and Ariel E. Levite, “Understanding Cyber Conflict: 14 Analogies” (Georgetown UP, 2017)04/18/2018
    52:43
  30. 38.
    Stephen Monteiro, “The Fabric of Interface: Mobile Media, Design, and Gender” (MIT Press, 2017)04/06/2018
    26:09
  31. 39.
    Alex Wade, “Playback: A Genealogy of 1980s British Videogames” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)03/23/2018
    48:22
  32. 40.
    Christopher J. Lee, “Jet Lag” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)02/27/2018
    48:43
  33. 41.
    Molly Wright Steenson, “Architectural Intelligence: How Designers and Architects Created the Digital Landscape” (MIT Press, 2017)02/27/2018
    23:06
  34. 42.
    Jennifer Hart, “Ghana on the Go: African Mobility in the Age of Motor Transportation” (Indiana UP, 2016)02/23/2018
    57:50
  35. 43.
    Michael Shermer, “Heavens on Earth: The Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality, and Utopia” (Henry Holt, 2018)02/20/2018
    53:25
  36. 44.
    Dmitry Novikov, “Cybernetics: Past to Future” (Springer Verlag, 2016)02/15/2018
    59:31
  37. 45.
    Andrew Keen, “How To Fix The Future” (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2018)02/06/2018
    59:05
  38. 46.
    Nick Montfort, “The Future” (MIT, 2017)01/29/2018
    31:02
  39. 47.
    Leo Coleman, “A Moral Technology: Electrification as Political Ritual in New Delhi” (Cornell UP, 2017)01/19/2018
    51:08
  40. 48.
    Thomas Mullaney, “The Chinese Typewriter: A History” (MIT Press, 2017)01/09/2018
    2:15:06
  41. 49.
    Liss C. Werner, “Cybernetics: State of the Art” (Tech Uni of Berlin Press, 2017)01/09/2018
    1:14:59
  42. 50.
    Chelsea Schelly, “Dwelling in Resistance: Living with Alternative Technologies in America” (Rutgers UP, 2017)12/28/2017
    32:41
  43. 51.
    Julien Mailland and Kevin Driscoll, “Minitel: Welcome to the Internet” (MIT Press, 2017)12/21/2017
    56:15
  44. 52.
    Alfie Bown, “The Playstation Dreamworld” (Polity, 2017)12/20/2017
    41:53
  45. 53.
    Zek Valkyrie, “Game Worlds Get Real: How Who We Are Online Became Who We Are Offline” (Praeger, 2017)12/15/2017
    54:49
  46. 54.
    Brian Clegg, “Big Data: How the Information Revolution Is Transforming Our Lives” (Icon Books, 2017)09/19/2017
    53:13
  47. 55.
    Eileen Le Han, “Micro-Blogging Memories: Weibo and Collective Remembering in Contemporary China” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)07/12/2017
    51:50
  48. 56.
    Simone Muller, “Wiring the World: The Social and Cultural Creation of Global Telegraph Networks” (Columbia UP, 2016)07/10/2017
    53:07
  49. 57.
    Thomas Hazlett, “The Political Spectrum: The Tumultuous Liberation of Wireless Technology” (Yale UP, 2017)06/30/2017
    44:00
  50. 58.
    Andre Sirois, “Hip-Hop DJs and the Evolution of Technology: Cultural Exchange, Innovation, and Democratization” (Peter Lang, 2016)06/13/2017
    57:59
  51. 59.
    Marilyn Palmer and Ian West, “Technology and the Country House” (Historic England Publishing/U.Chicago, 2016)05/26/2017
    59:47
  52. 60.
    Sharrona Pearl, “Face/On: Face Transplants and the Ethics of the Other” (U. Chicago Press, 2017)05/18/2017
    1:06:31
  53. 61.
    James Poyner, “Trump Tweets: His Social Media Phenomenon” (Wilkinson Publishing, 2017)05/18/2017
    1:18:33
  54. 62.
    Willliam Rankin, “After the Map: Cartography, Navigation, and the Transformation of Territory in the Twentieth Century” (U. Chicago Press, 2016)05/17/2017
    40:45
  55. 63.
    Sophia Roosth, “Synthetic: How Life Got Made” (U Chicago Press, 2017)05/13/2017
    1:10:07
  56. 64.
    Helen Anne Curry, “Evolution Made to Order: Plant Breeding and Technological Innovation in Twentieth-Century America” (U. Chicago Press, 2016)05/08/2017
    33:32
  57. 65.
    Matt Pearl, “The Solo Video Journalist: Doing It All and Doing it Well in TV Multimedia Journalism” (Focal Press, 2016)05/04/2017
    59:26
  58. 66.
    Donna Freitas, “The Happiness Effect: How Social Media is Driving a Generation to Appear Perfect at Any Cost” (Oxford UP, 2017)04/18/2017
    22:35
  59. 67.
    Amit Prasad, “Imperial Technoscience: Transnational Histories of MRI in the United States, Britain, and India” (MIT, 2014)04/18/2017
    56:59
  60. 68.
    Danielle Knafo and Rocco Lo Bosco, “The Age of Perversion: Desire and Technology in Psychoanalysis and Culture” (Routledge, 2016)03/27/2017
    48:49
  61. 69.
    Jessie Daniels, Karen Gregory, and Tressie McMillan Cottom, eds “Digital Sociologies” (Policy Press, 2016)02/09/2017
    29:28
  62. 70.
    Matthew L. Jones, “Reckoning with Matter: Calculating Machines, Innovation, and Thinking about Thinking from Pascal to Babbage” (U. Chicago Press, 2016)01/23/2017
    1:02:53
  63. 71.
    Dave Karpf, “Analytic Activism: Digital Listening and the New Political Strategy” (Oxford UP, 2016)01/09/2017
    30:31
  64. 72.
    Nicholas A. John, “The Age of Sharing” (Polity Press, 2016)01/06/2017
    45:28
  65. 73.
    Heather Dowd, “Classroom Management in the Digital Age: Effective Practices for Technology-Rich Learning Spaces” (EdTechTeam, 2016)01/05/2017
    31:37
  66. 74.
    Carroll Pursell, “From Playgrounds to PlayStation: The Interaction of Technology and Play” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2015)12/29/2016
    48:44
  67. 75.
    Alecia Swasy, “How Journalists Use Twitter: The Changing Landscape of U.S. Newsrooms” (Lexington Books, 2016)11/12/2016
    25:58
  68. 76.
    Asif A. Siddiqi, “The Red Rockets’ Glare: Spaceflight and the Soviet Imagination, 1857-1957” (Cambridge UP, 2013)09/30/2016
    45:18
  69. 77.
    Milton Chen, “Education Nation: Six Leading Edges of Innovation in Our Schools” (Jossey Bass, 2012)09/26/2016
    48:43
  70. 78.
    Marc Raboy, “Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World” (Oxford UP, 2016)09/21/2016
    1:04:59
  71. 79.
    E.R. Truitt, “Medieval Robots: Mechanism, Magic, Nature, and Art” (U. of Pennsylvania Press, 2015)09/21/2016
    52:54
  72. 80.
    Mary Chayko, “Superconnected: The Internet, Digital Media, and Techno-Social Life” (SAGE, 2016)09/13/2016
    35:02
  73. 81.
    George Couros, “The Innovator’s Mindset: Empower Learning, Unleash Talent, and Lead a Culture of Creativity” (Dave Burgess Consulting, 2015)09/13/2016
    53:09
  74. 82.
    Jean Chalaby, “The Format Age: Television’s Entertainment Revolution” (Polity, 2015)08/29/2016
    40:01
  75. 83.
    Daniel Kreiss, “Prototype Politics: Technology-Intensive Campaigning and the Data of Democracy” (Oxford UP, 2016)08/29/2016
    32:08
  76. 84.
    Benjamin Peters, “How Not to Network a Nation: The Uneasy History of the Soviet Internet” (MIT Press, 2016)07/16/2016
    1:02:07
  77. 85.
    Ronald R. Kline, “The Cybernetics Moment: Or, Why We Call Our Age the Information Age” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2015)07/08/2016
    58:33
  78. 86.
    Greg Jenner, “A Million Years in a Day: A Curious History of Everyday Life from Stone Age to Phone Age” (St. Martin’s Press, 2016)06/26/2016
    1:08:23
  79. 87.
    Mark Carrigan, “Social Media for Academics” (Sage, 2016)04/27/2016
    40:44
  80. 88.
    Alfie Bown, “Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism” (Zero Books, 2015)04/18/2016
    29:22
  81. 89.
    Benjamin Castleman, “The 160-Character Solution: How Text Messaging and Other Behavioral Strategies Can Improve Education” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2015)04/03/2016
    56:54
  82. 90.
    Phillip Penix-Tadsen, “Cultural Code: Video Games and Latin America” (MIT Press, 2016)03/14/2016
    44:33
  83. 91.
    David R. Brake, “Sharing our Lives Online: Risks and Exposure in Social Media” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)02/29/2016
    45:01
  84. 92.
    Jeffery Pomerantz, “Metadata” (MIT, 2015)02/22/2016
    40:59
  85. 93.
    Finn Brunton, “Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet” (MIT Press, 2013)02/16/2016
    58:13
  86. 94.
    Paul R. Josephson, “Fish Sticks, Sports Bras, and Aluminum Cans: The Politics of Everyday Technologies” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2015)01/29/2016
    1:00:04
  87. 95.
    Barry Brown and Oskar Juhlin, “Enjoying Machines” (MIT 2015)01/06/2016
    33:07
  88. 96.
    Nathan Altice, “I Am Error: The Nintendo Family Computer-Entertainment System Platform” (MIT Press, 2015)12/23/2015
    36:59
  89. 97.
    Megan Prelinger, “Inside the Machine: Art and Invention in the Electronic Age” (Norton, 2015)11/19/2015
    1:07:40
  90. 98.
    John Durham Peters, “The Marvelous Clouds: Toward a Philosophy of Elemental Media” (U of Chicago Press, 2015)11/17/2015
    1:03:03
  91. 99.
    Eric T. Meyer and Ralph Schroeder, “Knowledge Machines: Digital Transformations of the Sciences and Humanities” (MIT Press, 2015)11/15/2015
    36:36
  92. 100.
    Gillian Isaacs Russell, “Screen Relations: The Limits of Computer-Mediated Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy” (Karnac, 2015)10/13/2015
    53:59
  93. 101.
    Joseph M. Reagle, “Reading the Comments: Likers, Haters and Manipulators at the Bottom of the Web” (MIT Press, 2015)10/02/2015
    30:41
  94. 102.
    Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, “Using Technology, Building Democracy: Digital Campaigning and the Construction of Citizenship” (Oxford UP, 2015)09/28/2015
    22:24
  95. 103.
    Tom Jackson, “Chilled: How Refrigeration Changed the World and Might Do So Again” (Bloomsbury, 2015)08/19/2015
    54:32
  96. 104.
    Alexandra Minna Stern, “Telling Genes: The Story of Genetic Counseling in America” (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012)08/10/2015
    1:08:37
  97. 105.
    Jonathan Coopersmith, “Faxed: The Rise and Fall of the Fax Machine” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2015)07/17/2015
    1:01:03
  98. 106.
    Christian Fuchs, “Culture and Economy in the Age of Social Media” (Routledge, 2015)06/28/2015
    55:02
  99. 107.
    Jenifer Van Vleck, “Empire of the Air: Aviation and the American Ascendancy” (Harvard UP, 2013)06/14/2015
    35:29
  100. 108.
    Charis Thompson, “Good Science: The Ethical Choreography of Stem Cell Research” (MIT Press, 2013)06/08/2015
    1:12:03
  101. 109.
    John Sharp, “Works of Game: On the Aesthetics of Games and Art” (MIT Press, 2015)06/01/2015
    37:40
  102. 110.
    Greg Siegel, “Forensic Media: Reconstructing Accidents in Accelerated Modernity” (Duke UP, 2014)05/26/2015
    1:05:42
  103. 111.
    Jon L. Mills, “Privacy in the New Media Age” (University Press of Florida, 2015)05/25/2015
    31:28
  104. 112.
    Myles W. Jackson, “The Genealogy of a Gene: Patents, HIV/AIDS, and Race” (MIT Press, 2015)05/18/2015
    37:34
  105. 113.
    Naomi S. Baron, “Words Onscreen: The Fate of Reading in a Digital World” (Oxford UP, 2015)05/01/2015
    37:10
  106. 114.
    Christine L. Borgman, “Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World” (MIT Press, 2015)04/20/2015
    35:26
  107. 115.
    Robert W. Gehl, “Reverse Engineering Social Media” (Temple UP, 2014)04/13/2015
    41:39
  108. 116.
    Casey O’Donnell, “Developer’s Dilemma: The Secret World of Videogame Creators” (MIT Press, 2014)04/06/2015
    39:12
  109. 117.
    Thomas Leitch, “Wikipedia U: Knowledge, Authority, and Liberal Education in the Digital Age” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2014)03/04/2015
    9:02
  110. 118.
    Stephen Goldsmith and Susan Crawford, “The Responsive City: Engaging Communities Through Data-Smart Governance” (Jossey-Bass, 2014)01/01/2015
    24:40
  111. 119.
    Frank Pasquale, “The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information” (Harvard UP, 2015)12/24/2014
    50:53
  112. 120.
    Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga, “Transient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe” (MIT Press, 2014)12/14/2014
    37:28
  113. 121.
    Johanna Drucker, “Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production” (Harvard University Press, 2014)12/11/2014
    1:04:33
  114. 122.
    James Giordano, “Neurotechnology in National Security and Defense” (CRC Press, 2014)12/04/2014
    1:12:42
  115. 123.
    Carolyn L. Kane, “Chromatic Algorithms: Synthetic Color, Computer Art, and Aesthetics after Code” (U of Chicago Press, 2014)12/03/2014
    1:03:21
  116. 124.
    Victor Pickard, “America’s Battle for Media Democracy” (Cambridge UP, 2014)11/25/2014
    28:37
  117. 125.
    Alon Peled, “Traversing Digital Babel: Information, E-Government, and Exchange” (MIT Press, 2014)11/07/2014
    42:52
  118. 126.
    Ethan Zuckerman, “Rewire: Digital Cosmopolitans in the Age of Connection” (Norton, 2013)11/06/2014
    46:18
  119. 127.
    John Tresch, “The Romantic Machine: Utopian Science and Technology after Napoleon” (U Chicago Press, 2014)10/30/2014
    1:11:38
  120. 128.
    Don Lincoln, “The Large Hadron Collider” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2014)10/09/2014
    59:53
  121. 129.
    Hugh F. Cline, “Information Communication Technology and Social Transformation” (Routledge, 2014)10/09/2014
    40:29
  122. 130.
    Jeremy Lipschultz, “Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law, and Ethics” (Routledge, 2014)09/07/2014
    43:57
  123. 131.
    John Tresch, “The Romantic Machine: Utopian Science and Technology after Napoleon” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)09/05/2014
    1:11:38
  124. 132.
    Tim Anderson, “Popular Music in a Digital Music Economy” (Routledge, 2014)08/23/2014
    58:13
  125. 133.
    Daryn Lehoux, “What Did the Romans Know?: An Inquiry into Science and Worldmaking” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)08/16/2014
    1:09:07
  126. 134.
    Josh Lerner, “Making Democracy Fun: How Game Design Can Empower Citizens and Transform Politics” (MIT Press, 2014)07/28/2014
    19:09
  127. 135.
    Ronen Shamir, “Current Flow: The Electrification of Palestine” (Stanford UP, 2013)07/23/2014
    1:10:27
  128. 136.
    Judith Donath, “The Social Machine: Designs for Living Online” (MIT Press, 2014)07/19/2014
    29:34
  129. 137.
    Amit Prasad, “Imperial Technoscience: Transnational Histories of MRI in the United States, Britain, and India” (MIT Press, 2014)07/09/2014
    37:22
  130. 138.
    Lisa Gitelman, “Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents” (Duke UP, 2014)07/09/2014
    1:04:47
  131. 139.
    Payal Arora, “The Leisure Commons: A Spatial History of Web 2.0” (Routledge, 2014)07/02/2014
    31:22
  132. 140.
    Vili Lehdonvirta and Edward Castronova, “Virtual Economies: Design and Analysis” (MIT, 2014)06/19/2014
    38:44
  133. 141.
    Lori Emerson, “Reading Writing Interfaces: From the Digital to the Bookbound” (University of Minnesota, 2014)06/12/2014
    29:14
  134. 142.
    David Nemer, “Favela Digital: The Other Side of Technology” (GSA Editora e Grafica, 2013)06/05/2014
    37:37
  135. 143.
    Vincent Mosco, “To the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World” (Paradigm Publishers, 2014)05/29/2014
    36:21
  136. 144.
    Lawrence Goldstone, “Birdmen: The Wright Brothers, Glenn Curtiss, and the Battle to Control the Skies” (Ballentine, 2014)05/18/2014
    47:22
  137. 145.
    danah boyd, “It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens” (Yale UP, 2014)05/12/2014
    43:29
  138. 146.
    Michael Saler, “As If: Modern Enchantment and the Literary Prehistory of Virtual Reality” (Oxford UP, 2012)05/12/2014
    52:46
  139. 147.
    Jennifer Stromer-Galley, “Presidential Campaigning in the Internet Age” (Oxford UP, 2014)05/05/2014
    25:05
  140. 148.
    Jennifer Stromer-Galley, “Presidential Campaigning in the Internet Age” (Oxford UP, 2014)04/18/2014
    31:52
  141. 149.
    Paul-Brian McInerney, “From Social Movement to Moral Market: How the Circuit Riders Sparked an IT Revolution and Created a Technology Market” (Stanford UP, 2014)04/14/2014
    32:39
  142. 150.
    Nick Yee, “The Proteus Paradox: How Online Games and Virtual Worlds Change Us-and How They Don’t” (Yale UP, 2014)04/11/2014
    49:27
  143. 151.
    Adam Thierer, “Permissionless Innovation: The Continuing Case for Comprehensive Technological Freedom” (Mercatus Center, 2014)04/04/2014
    47:51
  144. 152.
    Andrew L. Russell, “Open Standards in the Digital Age” (Cambridge UP, 2014)03/27/2014
    49:52
  145. 153.
    Robert Neer, “Napalm: An American Biography” (Harvard UP, 2013)02/13/2014
    45:35
  146. 154.
    Thomas Bey William Bailey, “Unofficial Release: Self-Released and Handmade Audio in Post-Industrial Society” (Belsona Books, 2012)11/22/2013
    54:42
  147. 155.
    Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell, “How to Watch Television” (NYU Press, 2013)11/16/2013
    45:32
  148. 156.
    William J. Clancey, “Working on Mars: Voyages of Scientific Discovery with the Mars Exploration Rovers” (MIT Press, 2012)11/03/2013
    1:06:01
  149. 157.
    Aaron S. Moore, “Constructing East Asia: Technology, Ideology, and Empire in Japan’s Wartime Era, 1931-1945” (Stanford UP, 2013)10/26/2013
    1:08:54
  150. 158.
    Jonathan Sterne, “MP3: The Meaning of a Format” (Duke UP, 2012)10/10/2013
    1:15:17
  151. 159.
    Ian Samson, “Paper: An Elegy” (Harper Collins, 2012)09/24/2013
    32:48
  152. 160.
    David Munns, “A Single Sky: How an International Community Forged the Science of Radio Astronomy” (MIT Press, 2012)07/29/2013
    1:07:32
  153. 161.
    John O. McGinnis, “Accelerating Democracy: Transforming Governance Through Technology” (Princeton UP, 2013)07/10/2013
    59:25
  154. 162.
    Nicco Mele, “The End of Big: How the Internet Makes David the New Goliath” (St. Martin’s Press, 2013)06/24/2013
    35:19
  155. 163.
    Clive Hamilton, “Earthmasters: The Dawn of the Age of Climate Engineering” (Yale UP, 2013)06/20/2013
    32:20
  156. 164.
    Dominic Pettman, “Human Error” (UMinnesota, 2011)/”Look at the Bunny” (Zero Books, 2013)05/31/2013
    1:13:49
  157. 165.
    Douglas Rushkoff, “Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now” (Current, 2013)05/21/2013
    32:55
  158. 166.
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