Podcast – Cory Doctorow's craphound.com

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

https://craphound.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 26m. Bisher sind 265 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 1 hour 2 minutes

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The Internet Heist (Part II)


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This week on my podcast, I read a recent Medium column, The Internet Heist (Part I), the first part of a three-part series about the early days of the internet copyright wars, when Hollywood studios came within a whisker of getting a veto over all new digital technology. MP3


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A Bug in Early Creative Commons Licenses Has Enabled a New Breed of Superpredator


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Science Fiction is a Luddite Literature


This week on my podcast, I read my latest Locus column, Science Fiction is a Luddite Literature about the technological critique the Luddites embodied, the unfair rep they got, and how it applies to today’s tech hellscape. MP3


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When my daughter Poesy was four, her nursery school let us know that they were shutting down a day before my wife’s office closed for the holidays, leaving us with a childcare problem. Since I worked for myself, I took the day off and brought her to


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Give Me Slack


This week on my podcast, I read my latest Medium column, Give Me Slack about the many second (and third, and fourth) chances I got as a kid and a student, and how the educational and work system has put paid to them. MP3


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Jam To-Day


This week on my podcast, I read my latest Medium column, Jam To-Day, about how interoperability is unique among competition remedies in that it does good from day one. (Image: Oleg Sidorenko, CC BY 2.0, modified) MP3


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