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Jan. 27: Patton Oswalt, Holocaust remembrance and...
Who's in town Comedian Patton Oswalt discusses his cinema obsession and his latest book, "Silver Screen Fiend," with Booksmith's Amy Stephenson. [7:30 p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St.,...
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Forget the problem. Focus on the solution
It’s Not About the Shark By David Niven (St. Martin’s Press, 230 pages, $28.99) For a time, Jaws seemed doomed. The mechanical shark built for Steven Spielberg’s first feature film was a...
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St. Martin’s Press
RadioShack said prepping for bankruptcy in a matt...
Jan. 14 -- “The Internet Is Not the Answer” Author
discusses his book and the problems he sees with the internet. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg) RadioShack,...
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Salus Capital Partners
Is “Don’t Be Evil” More Than a Slogan?
A daily news and culture podcast with Mike Pesca. Is “Don’t Be Evil” More Than a Slogan?Is the Internet inherently good for mankind, or is it just good for business? Today on The Gist, Michael Levi...
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Amazon & Facebook Are Evil and 'The Internet is N...
Amazon & Facebook Are Evil and 'The Internet is Not the Answer' The web has done more harm than good and the government needs to start cracking down on tech behemoths like Google and Amazon, said...
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Quinn: Is the Internet good for us?
Has the Internet been a good thing? That may strike many as a ludicrous question, especially in Silicon Valley, where progress is practically a religion. And it's not just here. Nationwide, 90...
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Reading the revolution: books to look out for in ...
Last year 85 per cent of Scots turned out to vote on independence. Will that enthusiasm galvanise the electorate in the May general election, or has a combination of Russell Brand and widespread...
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James Walton: Reading books is not a duty, Mr Zuc...
Facebook's boss is the latest to hail an ancient pleasure, but he may have missed the point, writes James Walton. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's founder, has declared 2015 "A Year of Books". Photo /...
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‘The Internet Is Not the Answer’ by Andrew Keen
Sincere criticism of the mounting technopolies swallowing American culture (Amazon, Facebook, Google et al.) will often result in the critic being labeled a Luddite. For who but a nostalgic Luddite...
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