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View Resource Digital Village Radio

KPFK's Digital Village broadcasts weekly out of North Hollywood and is supported by the Pacifica Radio Foundation (and listener pledges). The show, hosted by volunteers Ric Allan and Doran Barons, is about computers, the Internet, and "how the technology is changing the way we communicate." Previously aired shows are available to download from the online archive. Other features of the website...

http://www.digitalvillage.org/home.html
View Resource Tech Nation

With thousands of websites and blogs dedicated to providing the latest technology news, it can be difficult to find a place that contains intelligent and thoughtful conversations about the impact of technology on society. TechNation is a weekly public radio program that fills the bill quite nicely, and visitors can listen to the show on this website. On the site, visitors can learn about the...

http://www.technation.com
View Resource Ipadio

So you are at the Spanish Steps in Rome and you want to tell people about your journey? And you want to do it right away? You'll need to look no further than Ipadio, which allows you to broadcast directly from any phone to the Internet. The program makes it easy to collect audio data, and send it out to the world quickly. Visitors to the site will note that this program is compatible with a...

http://www.ipadio.com/default.aspx?
View Resource New Communication Technologies

The University of Wisconsin Digital Collections initiative is well regarded for their masterful online offerings, and this gem fits nicely into that corpus. This extensive annotated bibliography covers scholarship on the history and influence of new communication technologies. To clarify, the term "new" is used in a historical sense, so this bibliography contains over 3,200 titles linked by 11,000...

https://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/NewComm/
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