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Wednesday, June 12, 2002

NPR Gems

Two excellent NPR programs came my way via Audible in the last 48 hours: The July 7, 2000 edition of Science Friday with Ira Flatow, in which David Gelernter (Yale) and Michael Dertouzos (MIT) discussed the future of computing. Their big picture insights about ubiquitousness, interface design and intuitive knowledge organization remain timely and fascinating almost two years down the road. Book critic Maureen Corrigan's favorite nonfiction and fiction books of 2001, from the December 21, 2001 edition of Fresh Air with Terry Gross.

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