Paul Duguid, First Monday, 2007/11

I’ve been curious about Paul Duguid since he’s been a co-author with John Seely Brown.

Listen to Paul Duguid discuss his views on the Google Books Project, Tristram Shandy, and respond to his critics.

First Monday Podcast Archive
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