Wired Society

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TODD LAPPIN: Associate Editor of Wired Magazine. JEFF EISENACH: President and co-founder of the Progress & Freedom Foundation. Former executive director of GOPAC, a political action committee, he has served as senior economist at the Federal Trade Commission. DAVID CORN: Washington Editor of The Nation. DR. ANANDA MEETRA: Department of Communication, Wake Forest University. He is one of the faculty members leading the research team studying the impact of computerization at Wake Forest. DAVID NOBLE: Professor from York University, on leave as the Hixon-Riggs Professor at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, he is now writing "Digital Diploma Mills: The Automation of Higher Education." He has also authored the books, "The Religion of Technology, the Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention" and "Progress without People: Technology, Unemployment and the Spirit of Resistance." LUIZ MARQUEZ: Director of Academic Programs at the P.U.E.N.T.E. Learning Center. (People United to Enrich the Neighborhood Through Education) HAROLD MEYERSON: Executive Editor LA Weekly




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