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‘why chomsky is wrong about twitter’

It’s taken me too long to post this article by Nathen Jurgenson (Salon, October 24, 2011). Why chomsky is wrong about twitter As I’ve referenced Chomsky more than once in this blog I think it’s important to keep up with his … Continue reading

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noam chomsky on education

re-reading megan garber’s ‘attention vs. distraction? what the big NYT story leaves out’ Formal education, as we’ve framed it, is not only about finding ways to learn more about the things we love, but also, equally, about squelching our aversion … Continue reading

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