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From "Surveillance and Citizenship" held Oct. 27, 2011. Panel consisted of Sandra Braman, Susan Landau and Marcos Novak and was moderated by Ethan Zuckerman. Full video at http://ttv.mit.edu/videos/15026-surveillance-and-ci...
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Kent Smith, manager of strategic business planning for the US Postal Service, speaks during "The Future of the Post Office" held March 15, 2012. Panel included Columbia University historian Richard John and USPS Inspector General David W...
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From "Politics and Popular Culture," with Johanna Blakely, David Carr, Stephen Duncombe and Henry Jenkins held February 26, 2009. Full video at http://ttv.mit.edu/videos/16519-politics-and-popular-culture-mit-communications-forum
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From a "Adapting Journalism to the Web," a conversation between Jay Rosen and Ethan Zuckerman held April 5, 2012. Full video at http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/comm-forum/videos/18598-adapting-journalism-to-the-web-mit-communica...
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A clip from "Books and Libraries in the Digital Age," a conversation between Robert Darnton and David Thorburn held October 16, 2008. Full video at http://ttv.mit.edu/videos/16459-books-and-libraries-in-the-digital-age-mit-communi...
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Part 1 of 2. This totally recursive edition of Friday Games at GAMBIT from May 11th, 2012 featured two special guests: Jason Toups and Jeremiah Bratton, hosts of the wonderful podcast Gayme Bar, your "weekly dose of gay gaming...
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Part 2 of 2. This totally recursive edition of Friday Games at GAMBIT from May 11th, 2012 featured two special guests: Jason Toups and Jeremiah Bratton, hosts of the wonderful podcast Gayme Bar, your "weekly dose of gay gaming...
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