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[review] Higher Ed Strategy Associates

From The Higher Education Strategy Associates review:

“…go to your bookstore or Internet bookseller. Buy it, download it, whatever: this is an important book which deftly outlines the real challenges faced by anyone in the business of supplying expertise…”

This book isn’t just another extended essay of the good/ill caused by the Internet, though that issue does receive some excellent, even-handed treatment. It’s also a much more profound meditation on how the economics of data collection, storage and transmission have profoundly altered not just how we look at expertise and knowledge, but even what we think of as “facts.”…”



Boston Globe likes it

Hiawatha Bray in the Boston Globe does a great job capturing the themes of my book, and calls it “insightful” and calls it “a guidebook to this brave new universe of knowledge.” Thanks!