I did an interview with the Circulating Ideas library podcast (MP3) at the American Library Association conference this year. We talked about information politics, DRM and libraries, my own history with reading and books, and the future of librarianship.
In the current installment of my podcast, I read aloud (MP3) a recent Guardian column, "Metadata – a wartime drama, which imagines a dialog between Alan Turing and Winston Churchill that might have taken place if the UK Home Secretary Theresa May had been Turing's line-manager.
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Daniel Pinkwater, the writer who made me the weirdo I am today, has a fantastic podcast
wherein he reads his books in (all-too-short) weekly excerpts. This week, he wrapped up a read of Yobgorgle: Mystery Monster of Lake Ontario
, and kicked off a read of the remarkable The Last Guru
. Now's a great day to start listening, in other words. (MP3
I recently recorded an interview
with NPR's "Here and Now" about surveillance, kids, activism, and my novel Homeland
) — Cory