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Interview with The Command Line podcast

From The Cory Doctorow Wiki

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December 13, 2014

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thecommandline.net, craphound.com, archive.org

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«In this episode, I interview Cory Doctorow about his latest book, “Information Doesn’t Want to be Free: Laws for the Internet Age.” If you are interested in learning more about the topics we discuss and that book covers, you can also check out books by the scholars we mention: Lawrence Lessig, James Boyle and William Patry. I compared Cory’s book to “The Indie Band Survival Guide” the authors of which are friends of the show whom I have also interviewed.

The audiobook version of the book is already available. Check Cory’s site, the free download and electronic editions should be available soon.»

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 US

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