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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Why do people believe the Earth is flat?


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my Globe and Mail column, Why do people believe the Earth is flat?, which connects the rise of conspiratorial thinking to the rise in actual conspiracies, in which increasingly concentrated industries are able to come up


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“Martian Chronicles”: Escape Pod releases a reading of my YA story about rich sociopaths colonizing Mars


Back in 2011, I wrote a young adult novella called “Martian Chronicles,” which I podcasted as it was in progress; it’s a story about the second wave of wealthy colonists lifting off from climate-wracked, inequality-riven Earth to live in


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Podcast: DRM Broke Its Promise


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my new Locus column, DRM Broke Its Promise, which recalls the days when digital rights management was pitched to us as a way to enable exciting new markets where we’d all save big by only buying the rights we neede


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 2019-09-10  n/a
 
 

Podcast: Barlow’s Legacy


Even though I’m at Burning Man, I’ve snuck out an extra scheduled podcast episode (MP3): Barlow’s Legacy is my contribution to the Duke Law and Tech Review’s special edition, THE PAST AND FUTURE OF THE INTERNET: Symposium for John


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Podcast: Barlow’s Legacy


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My MMT Podcast appearance, part 2: monopoly, money, and the power of narrative


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Podcast: A cycle of renewal, broken: How Big Tech and Big Media abuse copyright law to slay competition


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my essay “A Cycle of Renewal, Broken: How Big Tech and Big Media Abuse Copyright Law to Slay Competition”, published today on EFF’s Deeplinks; it’s the latest in my ongoing series of case-studies


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 2019-08-20  n/a
 
 

My appearance on the MMT podcast


I’ve been following the Modern Monetary Theory debate for about 18 months, and I’m largely a convert: governments spend money into existence and tax it out of existence, and government deficit spending is only inflationary if it’s biddin


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Podcast: Interoperability and Privacy: Squaring the Circle


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my essay “Interoperability and Privacy: Squaring the Circle, published today on EFF’s Deeplinks; it’s another in the series of “adversarial interoperability” explainers, this one focused on


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Podcast: “IBM PC Compatible”: how adversarial interoperability saved PCs from monopolization


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my essay “IBM PC Compatible”: how adversarial interoperability saved PCs from monopolization, published today on EFF’s Deeplinks; it’s another installment in my series about “adversarial int


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