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August 20, 2014
In this installment of our "Five Minutes" feature, Branden Hookway answers questions about his book, Interface, and the interfaces we encounter daily. In your book you posit that the interface as a “form of relation.” Can you elaborate on this concept? What are the cultural implications?
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Today Jonathan Band, coauthor of Interfaces on Trial 2.0, guest blogs about the ongoing debate surrounding the 2013 Kirtsaeng decision and his testimony at two recent policy fora discussing the c...
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For our next "Five Minutes" post we have Vinit Mukhija and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris answer some questions about their book, The Informal American City. The Informal American City explores...
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In honor of National Bike Month, Bicycle Design authors Tony Hadland and Hans-Erhard Lessing answer questions about their book and the history and future of this ever popular human-powered machin...
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We sadly note the death, on April 18, of Peter Hoffmann. Since 1986 Peter had been the publisher of the Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter, as well as the author of Tomorrow's Energy: Hydro...
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