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Conversations with creators and thinkers who are charting the way forward in a tech-saturated society. Tech, community, video games, and whatever else is next.
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|Harvard Law School professor Susan Crawford, author of the new book "Fiber," speaks with Mark Hurst about why Internet access is so awful in the US, and how places like Norway, South Korea, and Singapore enjoy low-cost, super-high-speed Internet access via fiber optic cables.|
|Tomaš Dvořák||Game Boy Tune||Machinarium Soundtrack||No label|
|Interview with Susan Crawford||0:23:19 (MP3 | Pop‑up)|
|Your calls and comments 201-536-9368||0:47:06 (MP3 | Pop‑up)|