It is nice to have your lecture reviewed online by a fellow blogger (with certain conditions: that it must be properly evaluated). It really means something in the cause of democratizing the media. In the case of Psychowreckers (I won’t reveal his identity), I was very pleased to know that my lecture, which was more a discussion, gave some food for thought.
Mark Jackson, whom Psychowreckers writes about, was a hard act to follow. I caught the last moments of his Technology & Culture lecture and from what little I heard, I thought: this guy is smart. Really smart. As an academic can be, inspiring others to widen their thought processes. Posted by Jack Yan, 11:33
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