[Air-l] Web 2.0 - "the machine is us?"

Charles Ess cmess at drury.edu
Tue Feb 13 11:43:02 PST 2007

> Den 13. feb. 2007 kl. 16.12 skrev Jill Walker:
>> Does anyone know of other examples of academics who've made things
>> online like this that actually do have some academic content and that
>> have become wildly popular?

Our philosophy colleague, Susan Stuart, has done a podcast of a lecture on
Kant that proved so wildly popular that it merited media attention:



(If new media can make Kant - certainly in the hands of an energetic and
wonderful lecturer - popular again - hats off!)

- c.

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