Wednesday, August 10, 2011

'Program or Be Programmed' study guide

Over at the Maybe Logic blog, Bogus Magus notices something that I had missed: A free study guide has become available for Douglas Rushkoff's excellent latest book, Program or Be Programmed, a guide to living in the digital age. It's useful for book groups, or simply for people who want to delve more into the topics of the book. To get your copy, send a blank email (no subject line, no text in the message area) to studyprogram@orbooks.com. You'll immediately get a message with a link to download a PDF document.

My interview with Rushkoff is available here.


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