More catching up. Here are some top-level items... followed (in comments) by more of those tasty science snippets you all love so much.
I am quoted in an article about sousveillance, that ran recently in the Village Voice:
(Not actually very accurate of my real views, but it adds to the melange of insights and reflects the demand fro reciprocal accountability (RA).
2. Full speeches available for download:
* A talk at the Institute for Accelerating Change about "exploring horizons," or how people peer ahead, spotting errors and avoiding crippling assumptions.
3. David Brin INTERVIEWS that originally ran on National Public Radio - topics include:
* 'Video Surveillance'.
* "The Science in Science Fiction" shared with William Gibson.
* "Science Fiction Writing."
* The Future on a special "NPR Talk of The Nation: Science Friday with Ira Flatow."
* A panel discussion about spying and censorship on the Internet. (Visit www.kpbs.org/thesedays then click on 'itunes'.)
4. Some side notes:
* Kevin Lenagh, the artist & co-author of CONTACTING ALIENS, has written in with the following: “ On lenahgalienfactory.com, in the for sale section, I'm putting some of the Uplift Art on products. If you can, let people know that they can have General Boult on a Tee-shirt!” Kewl!
4. More great science snippets will be posted below... In “comments”...
(This technique of offering the big data dumps as lead items in the comments level, has the advantage of keeping the top layer clean, letting casual find the (pompously) “important” essays. But you citizens of this community are free to weigh in and tell me if you approve, or dislike the method. Ironically though, you can only do so under... Comments.