from corbett report: The Gutenberg press was the catalyst for the Renaissance and the Reformation, but it shaped what we communicated as much as how we communicated. What, then, to make of the electronic global village of our modern Gutenberg revolution? Are we on the cusp of a new Renaissance, or will this technology only further degrade a culture already in decline? The promise of the Internet: Library of Alexandria or Library of Babel?
the latest corbett report videos:
nuclear ambiguity: israel's "secret" arsenal (eyeopener)
fukushima update - 2011/10/28
fukushima update – 2011/10/30
fukushima update – 2011/10/31
the assassination of gaddafi - grtv backgrounder
breaking: new hole in fukushima unit 2?
'human rights' groups & the pretext for war in syria
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