Sunday, September 15, 2013

My "Let's Consider the Source" interviews

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I've been interviewed 33 times since 2007 by Bob Mann on his Sirius and XM radio show, "Let's Consider the Source".  At some point in the future, I hope there will be an archive for these and subsequent appearances.  But here, for the record, is a list of the dates and main topics of these 30-minute interviews (I say "main topics," because we often talk about half a dozen things):


Mad Men Season 7a finale, June 1, 2014

Aereo and the US Supreme Court, April 27, 2014

House of Cards, February 23, 2014

Obamacare web problems, November 24, 2013

The Fifth Estate movie, October 27, 2013

iPhone 5c and s, Breaking Bad, Dexter, September 22, 2013

Chesley (Bradley) Manning verdict, August 11, 2013


Edward Snowden and NSA spying, June 16, 2013


Internet sales tax, May 19, 2013


social media and the Boston bombing, April 28, 2013


impact of podcasting, March 24, 2013


Chinese hacking of New York Times, February 24, 2013


media coverage of gun violence, January 13, 2013


cyber-warfare, October 28, 2012


New New Media, 2nd edition, September 9, 2012


media in totalitarian countries, May 6, 2012


Rutgers webcam verdict, March 25, 2012


Fairness Doctrine - needed again?, February 26, 2012


indecent FCC indecency rules, January 22, 2012


Steve Jobs, October 23, 2011


McLuhan Centenary, September 11, 2011


future of Google, May 15, 2011


future of Facebook, YouTube, April 3, 2011


The Social Contract,  January 30, 2011

Facebook invasions of privacy, October 10, 2010

Wiki-leaks, August 15, 2010

Lost (television series) finale, May 30, 2010

Google v. China, January 26, 2010

science fiction on television, November 17, 2009

New New Media, September 15, 2009

politics and social media, January 17 and 20, 2009

Sopranos conference at Fordham University, May 27, 2008

increase of sexuality on television October 30, 2007


See also my KNX-1070 Sunday morning interviews, my YouTube channel, and New New Media interviews.

More about "Let's Consider the Source" here.

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