James Gleick

journalist and author

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Journalist and author of several books, including Chaos: Making a New Science and The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood; member and former Vice President of the Authors' Guild; former reporter for the New York Times;

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With the Library of Congress now collecting not just every book but every tweet, are we losing track of what really matters?

When Did 'Information' Become Just a Bunch of 1's and 0's?

With the Library of Congress now collecting not just every book but every tweet, are we losing track of what really matters?

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With the Library of Congress now collecting not just every book but every tweet, are we losing track of what really matters?

When Did 'Information' Become Just a Bunch of 1's and 0's?

With the Library of Congress now collecting not just every book but every tweet, are we losing track of what really matters?

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