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The Information Age And The Future Of Knowledge
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The Information Age And The Future Of Knowledge

The Information Age And The Future Of Knowledge

The Information Age And The Future Of Knowledge
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Join Talk of the Nation for a discussion of technology and the pros and cons of controlling its development. Are people losing valuable cultural knowledge by pursuing new technologies and abandoning the old? Author James Burke, the host of TV's Connections series, joins Ray for a look at how technology builds upon itself, yet makes elemental knowledge less and less accessible. Guests: James Burke Co-Author The Axemaker's Gift (1995, Putnam) Host of television series: Connections, Connections2, and The Day The Universe Changed London, England Listeners call in

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