Podcast – Cory Doctorow's craphound.com

Articles, speeches, stories and novels by an award-winning science fiction writer, read aloud in small regular chunks

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Steering with the Windshield Wipers


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Fake News is an Oracle


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Podcast number 300: “Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today’s Monopolies”


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“What does it mean to keep the internet free?” An in-depth discussion with Why? on North Dakota Public Radio


A couple of weeks ago, I recorded a long, in-depth discussion on the subject of “What does it mean to keep the internet free” with Jack Russell Weinstein from Why?, the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life’s program on North Dakota Pu


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How the diverse internet became a monoculture


I appeared on this week’s Canadaland podcast (MP3) with Jesse Brown to talk about the promise of the internet 20 years ago, when it seemed that we were headed for an open, diverse internet with decentralized power and control, and how we ended up wi


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Talking Radicalized, monopoly and DRM with the Techdirt podcast


I’m on this week’s Techdirt podcast (MP3) talking about my latest book Radicalized — this being Techdirt, the talk quickly moved to DRM, and then to tech policy, monopolism, breaking up the Big Tech platforms, and neofeudalism.


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Interview with the Left Field podcast about Radicalized and the EU Copyright Directive


While I was out on tour with Radicalized, I recorded an interview (MP3) with the Left Field podcast (“A couple of socialists with a couple of beers. We talk about Canadian politics and current events around the world”). We covered a lot of gro


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Interview with My Summer Lair


Another great podcast interview from my Radicalized book tour: this one with My Summer Lair (MP3) where host Sammy Younan and I discussed the book from a Canadian perspective (we recorded in Toronto) and really dug into some of the book’s themes.


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