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permalink #51 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 27 Apr 06 13:33
    

Starting May 3, fotolog.com founder Adam Seifer, "fotolog.book" editor
Andrew Long and a collection of WELL members whose work Long included in the
book join us to talk about the exploding popularity of digital photography
and the global sharing of images by amateur photographers (and some pros)
via the Internet.
  
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permalink #52 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 11 May 06 14:40
    

From May 17 to the 31st, futurist Joe Flower joins us to examine the reasons
behind the high cost of health care in the United States and to explain why
a single-payer program is the key to survival for American hospitals.

Beginning May 31, management consultant and sports journalist Jeff Angus,
author of "Management by Baseball," taps into the techniques of the best
managers in baseball to offer tips on how to build a winning team in any
work environment.
  
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permalink #53 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 2 Jun 06 09:07
    

From June 14 to June 28, former Inkwell.vue host David Gans shares tales
about his work as a radio and record producer, about his burgeoning career
as a singer, songwriter and guitarist, and what life on the road is really
like.

Beginning June 28, Sonoma State University professor Peter Phillips,
director of Project Censored, serves up a collection of un- and 
under-reported news stories and explores the reasons why the media 
seem so reluctant to pursue them.

July 12-26,  Air America Radio personality Angie Coiro takes a look at her 
life and work, from her days as a San Francisco-based traffic and news 
reporter to her current position as a host of Mother Jones Radio.

Starting July 26, photographer Ted Orland, coauthor of the highly regarded
"Art & Fear," joins us to talk about his latest book, "The View from the
Studio Door," an examination of the reasons that artists create art, what
"art" means, and the challenges of finding and reinventing inspiration.

On August 9, Jen McAlister -- AKA "Bakerina" -- begins a two-week visit to
Inkwell to offer insights from the kitchen and talk about what inspires her
to detail her culinary successes and failures on her wildly popular blog
(www.bakerina.com).

From August 23 to September 6, Salon.com journalist Michelle Goldberg, 
author of "Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism," delves into 
the political, social and cultural objectives of the Religious Right in the
United States, and what that portends for the entire nation.

Starting September 6, "The Forgetting" author David Shenk, who first visited
Inkwell to talk about the tragedy of Alzheimer's, returns for two weeks to 
discuss his latest book, "The Immortal Game: A history of Chess, or How 32
Carved Pieces on a Board Illuminated Our Understanding of War, Art, Science
and the Human Brain."
  
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permalink #54 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Tue 27 Jun 06 12:34
    

Due to an unexpected shift in his schedule, Sonoma State Professor and
Project Censored Director Peter Phillips will not be joining us in Inkwell
until Wednesday, July 5. We apologize for the delay. Peter will be serving
up a collection of un- and under-reported news stories and exploring the
reasons why the media seem so reluctant to pursue them.

In the meantime, we've held over singer/songwriter/musician David Gans (see
<inkwell.vue.275> ).

July 12-26,  Air America Radio personality Angie Coiro takes a look at her
life and work, from her days as a San Francisco-based traffic and news 
reporter to her current position as a host of Mother Jones Radio.

Starting July 26, photographer Ted Orland, coauthor of the highly regarded
"Art & Fear," joins us to talk about his latest book, "The View from the
Studio Door," an examination of the reasons that artists create art, what
"art" means, and the challenges of finding and reinventing inspiration.

On August 9, Jen McAlister -- AKA "Bakerina" -- begins a two-week visit to
Inkwell to offer insights from the kitchen and talk about what inspires her
to detail her culinary successes and failures on her wildly popular blog
(www.bakerina.com).

From August 23 to September 6, Salon.com journalist Michelle Goldberg,
author of "Kingdom Coming: The Rise of Christian Nationalism," delves into
the political, social and cultural objectives of the Religious Right in the
United States, and what that portends for the entire nation.

Starting September 6, "The Forgetting" author David Shenk, who first visited
Inkwell to talk about the tragedy of Alzheimer's, returns for two weeks to
discuss his latest book, "The Immortal Game: A history of Chess, or How 32
Carved Pieces on a Board Illuminated Our Understanding of War, Art, Science
and the Human Brain."
  
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permalink #55 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 8 Sep 06 09:09
    

Starting September 20, Julian Dibbell, a contributing editor to Wired, joins
us to share tales of turning virtual goods acquired through MMPORGs
(Massively MultiPlayer Online Role-Playing Games) into cold, hard cash, as
detailed in his book, "Play Money: Or, How I Quit My Day Job And Struck It
Rich in Virtual Loot Farming."

On October 4, information architect, and interaction designer Dan Saffer
begins a two-week visit to Inkwell.vue to deliver tips and techniques from
his new book, "Designing for Interaction: Creating Smart Applications and
Clever Devices (Voices That Matter)."

From October 18 to November 1, nationally syndicated pet columnist Gina
Spadafori, coauthor of "Why Do Dogs Drink Out of the Toilet?" and "Do Cats
Always Land on Their Feet?", delves into the odd and often wildly amusing
behaviors of America's two favorite pets.
  
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permalink #56 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 18 Oct 06 13:35
    

Beginning November 1, Richie Unterberger, who's joined us in Inkwell twice
before (see <inkwell.vue.160> and <inkwell.vue.196> ) delves into previously
unknown details from the lives and works of the Fab Four, as chronicled in
his new book, "The Unreleased Beatles: Music and Film."

November 15-29: Bestselling author and three-time Inkwell guest Mary Mackey
returns to us to share some of the poems from her latest work, "Breaking the
Fever," and to look at the art of poetry.

From November 29 to December 13, noted technology journalist and interactive
media veteran Suzanne Stefanac delivers a rich collection of how-to advice
and tips on blogging, as covered in her recently released book, "Dispatches
from Blogistan"
  
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permalink #57 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Tue 5 Dec 06 15:47
    

Starting December 13, Heather Wokusch, author of the three-volume "The
Progressive's Handbook" (volumes 1 and 2 are already published, three
is due out in 2007) joins us to discuss the Bush presidency, the Neocon
agenda, and what can be done to counter the United States' shift to
the right.
  
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permalink #58 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 15 Dec 06 10:06
    

From January 2 to the 10th, journalist and science fiction author Bruce
Sterling returns to Inkwell for his annual "State of the World" review.
This is the eighth consecutive time Bruce has launched the new year with
us, and we look forward to seeing what's on his mind these days.
  
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permalink #59 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Mon 8 Jan 07 15:16
    

Starting January 12, Rolling Stone Magazine Contributing Editor Gavin
Edwards joins us in Inkwell to dish up the inside scoop on many of the
mysteries and rumors that circulate about rock 'n' roll's most famous
musicians and bands, as detailed in Gavin's latest book, "Is Tiny Dancer
Really Elton's Little John?".

From January 24 to February 7, David Hafter, author of the self-help book "
Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men," offers insights on why guys 25
and under should put off marriage and fatherhood until they've … well, until
they've grown some balls.
  
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permalink #60 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 19 Jan 07 16:38
    

From January 24 to February 7, David Hafter, author of the self-help book
"Growing Balls: Personal Power for Young Men," offers insights on why guys
25 and under should put off marriage and fatherhood until they've ... well,
until they've grown some balls.

On February 7, Neil Gaiman returns to Inkwell to spend a couple weeks with 
us talking about his latest book, "Fragile Things," about what he's working 
on next, and anything else he wants to tell us.

Beginning February 21, "Dreaming in Code" author Scott Rosenberg joins us to
explore the question of why good software is so hard to create.

Starting March 7, Jeff Bell -- longtime veteran of radio and television
news, and author of "Rewind, Replay, Repeat" - talks about his successful
battle against the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder that plagued him.

From March 21 to April 4, Marie Javins shares tales of the adventures (and
misadventures) she experienced traveling in Africa, as detailed in her book,
"Stalking the Wild Dik Dik."
  
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permalink #61 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 7 Mar 07 15:06
    

From March 21 to April 4, travel writer Marie Javins -- who is also a
blogger, a comic book colorist and an editor -- serves up stories of her
adventures (and misadventures) in Africa, as detailed in her book, "Stalking
the Wild Dik-Dik."

Beginning April 4, author Nicholas Meriwether joins us for a conversation
about his new book, "All Graceful Instruments," which explores why the
Grateful Dead's entire "mise en scene" is a phenomenon worthy of academic
attention.

On May 2, journalist Peter Sussman, editor of "Decca: The Letters of Jessica
Mitford," begins a two-week stint in Inkwell for an in-depth examination of
this complex political activist, Communist, and celebrated wit.

May 16 to May 30, chef and author Eric Gower returns to Inkwell to tell us
what he's been doing in his kitchen lately, and to get us drooling over the
recipes in his new cookbook, "The Breakaway Cook."
  
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permalink #62 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 23 Mar 07 09:04
    

Due to unexpected circumstances, we've had a change in our scheduled lineup
of authors.

From April 4 to April 18, Scott MacFarlane joins us to delve into the
literary canon that fueled the 1960s counterculture. Scott is the author of
"The Hippie Narrative," a book that explores works by Vonnegut, Kesey,
Pynchon, and others whose writing was echoed by the hippie zeitgeist.

April 18-May 2: to be announced

On May 2, journalist Peter Sussman, editor of "Decca: The Letters of Jessica
Mitford," begins a two-week stint in Inkwell for an in-depth examination of
this complex political activist, Communist, and celebrated wit.

May 16 to May 30, chef and author Eric Gower returns to Inkwell to tell us
what he's been doing in his kitchen lately, and to get us drooling over the
recipes in his new cookbook, "The Breakaway Cook."

May 30-June 13: to be announced

June 13-27, we'll be talking with Nicolas Meriwether,  the author of "All
Graceful Instruments," which explores why the Grateful Dead's entire "mise
en scene" is a phenomenon worthy of academic attention.
  
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permalink #63 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 4 Apr 07 16:12
    

April 18-May 2: Members of the San Francisco band The Love X Nowhere
-- including Adam Perry, Gabriel Leis, and Brett Chulada -- join us to 
talk about where they've been, where they're going, and how their 
current west coast tour is going.

On May 2, journalist Peter Sussman, editor of "Decca: The Letters of 
Jessica Mitford," begins a two-week stint in Inkwell for an in-depth 
examination of this complex political activist, Communist, and 
celebrated wit.

May 16 to May 30, chef and author Eric Gower returns to Inkwell to tell us
what he's been doing in his kitchen lately, and to get us drooling over the
recipes in his new cookbook, "The Breakaway Cook."

May 30-June 13: to be announced

June 13-27, we'll be talking with Nicolas Meriwether,  the author of "All
Graceful Instruments," which explores why the Grateful Dead's entire "mise
en scene" is a phenomenon worthy of academic attention.
  
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permalink #64 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Sat 21 Apr 07 07:32
    

We have a change in our calendar. Peter Sussman, editor of "Decca: The
Letters of Jessica Mitford," was originally scheduled to join us starting
May 2. Unfortunately he's has had to indefinitely postpone. When we have him
rescheduled we'll post an announcement.

In the meantime, we've lined up a new guest for the May 2-16 slot. One-name
photographer and darkroom magician Ctein (http://www.ctein.com) joins us to 
talk about the art of "Digital Restoration from Start to Finish," his 
how-to manual on repairing old and damaged photographs.

From May 16 to May 30, chef and author Eric Gower returns to Inkwell to 
tell us what he's been doing in his kitchen lately, and to get us drooling 
over the recipes in his new cookbook, "The Breakaway Cook."

May 30-June 13: Social thinker David Weinberger, author of "Everything Is
Miscellaneous," delves into one of mankind's most basic urges -- the
compulsion to organize --  and explores how old methods such as the Dewey
decimal system are outmoded by the myriad avenues of information access
provided by sites like google and wikipedia.

June 13-27, we'll be talking with Nicolas Meriwether,  the author of "All
Graceful Instruments," which explores why the Grateful Dead's entire "mise
en scene" is a phenomenon worthy of academic attention.
  
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permalink #65 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 7 Jun 07 10:42
    

June 13-27, we'll be talking with Nicholas Meriwether, the author of "All
Graceful Instruments," which explores why the Grateful Dead's entire "mise
en scene" is a phenomenon worthy of serious academic attention.

Beginning June 27, Scott Berkun, author of "The Myths of Innovation,"
returns to Inkwell to examine the way new concepts come to fruition through
a collaborative process rather than through the work of a single individual.

July 11-25, Jonathan Simon, associate dean of jurisprudence and social
policy and professor of law at UC Berkeley, joins us with a compelling 
look at how a passive citizenry has led to a national population riddled 
with distrust and anxiety, as detailed in his book, "Governing through 
Crime: How the War on Crime Transformed American Democracy and Created a 
Culture of Fear."

On July 25, David Kamp, a writer and editor for Vanity Fair and GQ, begins 
a two-week stint in Inkwell to talk about his bestselling "United States 
of Arugula: How We Became a Gourmet Nation," a book that delves into how 
stars of the kitchen such as James Beard, Julia Child and Craig Claiborne 
set the scene for a culinary revolution.

August 8-22: Soccer moms and dads will want to mark their calendars for the
tentatively scheduled conversation with Regan McMahon, author of 
"Revolution in the Bleachers: How Parents Can Take Back Family in a World
Gone Crazy Over Youth Sports."

From August 22 to September 5, Josh Piven -- coauthor of the bestselling The
Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series -- will share tales of those
who chose the career path less traveled, from his latest book, " The Escape
Artists: True Stories of People Who Turned Their Obsessions Into
Professions."
  
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permalink #66 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Mon 30 Jul 07 13:44
    

August 8-22: Soccer moms and dads will want to mark their calendars for our
upcoming conversation with Regan McMahon, author of "Revolution in the 
Bleachers: How Parents Can Take Back Family in a World Gone Crazy Over 
Youth Sports."

From August 22 to September 5, Josh Piven -- coauthor of the bestselling The
Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series -- will share tales of those
who chose the career path less traveled, from his latest book, "The Escape
Artists: True Stories of People Who Turned Their Obsessions Into
Professions."

Beginning September 5, Seattle journalist and author Clay Eals joins us in a
conversation about his new book, "Steve Goodman: Facing the Music," an
exhaustively researched biography that includes interviews with luminaries
ranging from Jackson Browne and Willie Nelson to Steve Martin and Hillary
Clinton.

On September 19, American Book Award-winner Jeff Chang, author of "Total
Chaos: The Art And Aesthetics of Hip-hop" -- an anthology of essays,
interviews and panel discussions -- begins a two-week visit to Inkwell to
explore the influence of one of pop music's most pervasive genres.

From October 3 to 17, Ann Finkbeiner, author of "The Jasons: The Secret
History of Science's Postwar Elite," delves into the facts behind an
anonymous cadre of post WWII government-funded physicists who met for
several months each year to evaluate the feasibility of pipedream military
technologies.

From October 17 through the end of the month, Denise Caruso, founder of the
Hybrid Vigor Institute (http://www.hybridvigor.org), will examine the
possible dangers of gene manipulation, as detailed in her new book,
"Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on
a Biotech Planet."
  
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permalink #67 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Tue 4 Sep 07 10:20
    

On September 19, American Book Award-winner Jeff Chang, author of "Total
Chaos: The Art And Aesthetics of Hip-hop" -- an anthology of essays,
interviews and panel discussions -- begins a two-week visit to Inkwell to
explore the influence of one of pop music's most pervasive genres.

From October 3 to 17, Ann Finkbeiner, author of "The Jasons: The Secret
History of Science's Postwar Elite," delves into the facts behind an
anonymous cadre of post WWII government-funded physicists who met for
several months each year to evaluate the feasibility of pipedream military
technologies.

From October 17 through the end of the month, Denise Caruso, founder of the
Hybrid Vigor Institute (http://www.hybridvigor.org), will examine the
possible dangers of gene manipulation, as detailed in her new book,
"Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on
a Biotech Planet."

Beginning October 31, author Lauren Kessler joins us to discuss Alzheimer's.
Lauren's interest in learning about this disease -- sparked by her mother's
battle with it -- led her to take a job as a caregiver in a dementia
facility. Her book, "Dancing with Rose," reveals what it's really like for
staff and residents in these special care homes.

November 14-28, we'll be talking with Steven Roby, author of "Black Gold,"
about Jimi Hendrix. Roby's in-depth biography of this wildly influential
rock legend includes exclusive interviews with Jimi's father, Al Hendrix, as
well as Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin.

Starting November 28, food writer and blogger John Thorne 
(http://www.outlawcook.com/) will surely be whetting our appetites -- 
literary and literal -- with his musings on the culinary arts, and 
sharing tasty tidbits from his latest book, "Mouth Wide Open."
  
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permalink #70 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 15 Nov 07 16:35
    

Starting November 28, food writer and blogger John Thorne
(http://www.outlawcook.com/) will surely be whetting our appetites --
literally and literarily -- with his musings on the culinary arts, and
serving tasty tidbits from his latest book, "Mouth Wide Open."

December 12-21, Eileen McDonagh and Laura Pappano, the coauthors of
"Playing With the Boys: Why Separate is Not Equal in Sports," assert that
gender segregation on the playing field has in many cases hindered, not
enhanced, women's ability to reach their athletic peak.

Beginning December 21, Chris Carroll and Liz Mechem join us to share
from their recently released coffee table hardback, "Legends of Country,"
which includes hundreds of full-color photos, inside stories and quotes, and
extensive discographies of the stars of country music, past and present

On January 2, 2008, Bruce Sterling -- founder of Viridian Design, seminal
author of the cyberpunk genre, and all around digital Renaissance man --
returns to spend a week with us expounding on the state of the world, what
he's been up to since his Inkwell session last January, and anything else 
he wants to tell us.
  
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permalink #71 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Tue 18 Dec 07 15:36
    

Beginning December 21, Chris Carroll and Liz Mechem join us to share
from their recently released coffee table hardback, "Legends of Country,"
which includes hundreds of full-color photos, inside stories and quotes, and
extensive discographies of the stars of country music, past and present.

On January 2, 2008, Bruce Sterling -- founder of Viridian Design, seminal
author of the cyberpunk genre, and all around digital Renaissance man --
returns to spend a week with us expounding on the state of the world, what
he's been up to since his Inkwell session last January, and anything else he
wants to tell us.

January 9-23, psychologist Richard Wiseman, author of "Quirkology: How We
Discover the Big Truth in Small Things," delves into the human mind to offer
some fascinating results from experiments he's conducted on unwitting
subjects at dinner parties, in art galleries and other unexpected places.

Starting January 23, Arden Moore, whose bona fides include a cookbook for
dogs and the "Oh Behave!!" radio show on Pet Life Radio, comes to Inkwell to
talk about fabulous felines and her new book, "Planet Cat," which she
coauthored with Harry and Sandra Choron.
  
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permalink #72 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 23 Jan 08 08:20
    

From February 6 to February 20, Saveur magazine's Editor-in-Chief James
Oseland takes us on a journey into the home cooking of the Spice Islands of
Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore as we discuss his latest book, "Cradle of
Flavor."

February 20-March 5: to be announced

Beginning March 5, W. James Au, whose work on game culture has been
published by media ranging from Wired to the Los Angeles Times, shares
stories from his three years as an embedded journalist in a burgeoning 3-D
community, as detailed in his new book, "The Making of Second Life."
  
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permalink #73 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 7 Feb 08 12:57
    

Starting February 20, Pamela McCorduck, whose previous eight books have been
translated into most of the major European and Asian languages, joins us to
discuss her life, her work, and her sexy (and scientific!) new novel, "The
Edge of Chaos."

Beginning March 5, W. James Au, whose work on game culture has been
published by media ranging from Wired to the Los Angeles Times, shares
stories from his three years as an embedded journalist in a burgeoning 3-D
community, as detailed in his new book, "The Making of Second Life."

From March 19 to April 2 we'll be talking with Daniel McGinn, author of
"House Lust," about the boom in massive McMansions and the accompanying
over-the-top craze for more house than anybody can possibly need and that --
as the real estate market collapse demonstrates -- few can really afford.

On April 2, investigative journalist Silja Talvi begins a two-week
examination of the special problems incarcerated women face, as we talk
about her new book, "Women Behind Bars: The Crisis of Women in the U.S.
Prison System."

April 16-30: We'll be delving into "The Designer's Atlas of Sustainability"
with author Ann Thorpe, who has led university courses on sustainable design
and who's worked with US architects and designers to support green building
and product stewardship.
  
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permalink #74 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Wed 19 Mar 08 13:00
    

On April 2, investigative journalist Silja Talvi begins a two-week
examination of the special problems incarcerated women face, as we talk
about her new book, "Women Behind Bars: The Crisis of Women in the U.S.
Prison System."

April 16-30: We'll be delving into "The Designer's Atlas of Sustainability"
with author Ann Thorpe, who has led university courses on sustainable design
and who's worked with US architects and designers to support green building
and product stewardship.

Beginning April 30, flash gordon (yes, he's all lowercase) -- a primary care
physician and a passionate motorcycle hound  who first joined us in Inkwell
eight years ago for a conversation about his book, "Blood, Sweat and Gears"
-- returns now to expand with, "Blood, Sweat and 2nd Gear: More Medicine for
Motorcyclists."

From May 14 to 28, Gourmet magazine's European correspondent Alexander
Lobrano shares his expertise on the best dining spots, from hole-in-the-wall
bistros to haute cuisine establishments in the City of Lights, as detailed
in his new book, 'Hungry for Paris."

On May 28, Internet technology consultant, writer and teacher Clay Shirky
begins a two-week stint in Inkwell to discuss "Here Comes Everybody: The
Power of Organizing Without Organizations," his latest book on the effects
of the Web on human interactions.
  
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permalink #75 of 144: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 22 May 08 14:48
    

On May 28, Internet technology consultant, writer and teacher Clay Shirky
begins a two-week stint in Inkwell to discuss "Here Comes Everybody: The
Power of Organizing Without Organizations," his latest book on the effects
of the Web on human interactions.

Starting June 11, Joe Nick Patoski, author of the recently released
biography "Willie Nelson: An Epic Life," joins us to share fascinating
details of the life and loves of this singing, songwriting giant.

From June 25 to July 9, Salon staff writer Farhad Manjoo, author of "True
Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society," examines how the media
increasingly feeds the public "truthiness" instead of solid news, and the
problems this blurring wreaks on the political process.
  

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