Tag: cory doctorow

Throwback Thursday: Unboxing Cory Doctorow

When Cory Doctorow sends you a package. It’s worth recording for posterity. Originally recorded on December 27,

Friday Reads: Walkaway by Cory Doctorow

From Amazon.com: Cory Doctorow’s first adult novel in eight years: an epic tale of revolution,

Throwback Thursday: With a Little Help

December 27, 2010. The limited edition of With a Little Help by Cory Doctorow. Click

A new edition of Little Brother for Cory Doctorow

Yes, on a t-shirt that I got for my birthday from my wife.

Friday Video: GLAM and the Free World

“GLAM and the Free World,” Cory Doctorow’s keynote speech at Museums and the Web Florence 2014

Cory Doctorow: Libraries and E-books

At the start of the summer, I traveled to Chicago for the annual national conference of the American Library Association. It was great. There are many utterly baseless clichés about librarians – the shushing spinster who prefers the company of books to humans is a creation of pure and unimaginative fantasy. But there is one […]

Cory Doctorow: Hacking Politics

Computers permeate almost every aspect of our lives. To fully understand the world we live in, we must understand computers and the language of 1s and 0s they speak. The characters in Cory Doctorow’s novel, “Homeland”, are a group of technically able, politically-engaged teenagers who are native speakers of this language. They have the tech-savvy […]

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