Blown To Bits


Interviews, podcasts, reviews, and articles mentioning Blown to Bits.

  1. Podcast interviews with the authors by Jacob Hale Russell (in three parts, see the lower part of the page)
  2. Podcast interview with the authors by Jon Udell of Interviews with Innovators
  3. Finding You: How Should Geolocation Be Used? (Hal, Ken, Harry, InformIT, May 30, 2008)
  4. Copyright Harvard 2008 (Harry, Harvard Crimson, June 4, 2008)
  5. How Facebook Spells the End of Privacy (Harry, Boston Globe, June 14, 2008)
  6. Should we ban Internet anonymity? (Hal, Ken, and Harry, InformIT, June 16, 2008)
  7. 9 Things You Should Know about Your Privacy and Rights in the Digital Age (Hal, Ken, Harry, Computerworld, June 19, 2008)
  8. A law that would let you surf the net for travel deals, porn and more without advertisers lurking (John P. Kelly, Patriot Ledger, July 9, 2008)
  9. Leak Risks on Capitol Hill: Blackberrys (Patrick O’Connor, Politico, July 10, 2008)
  10. Bookshelf, Kansas City Star, July 15, 2008, p. D30. “In this case, ‘bits’ refers to units of digital information, and the book is about the upheaval caused by the digital revolution. The authors — from Harvard, MIT and private business — cover a huge amount of ground as they examine questions of privacy, censorship and access to the Web.”
  11. Anonymity on the Web (Harry, Publius Project of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, July, 2008)
  12. How to Keep Corporate Secrets a Secret (Hal, Ken, and Harry, eWeek, July 28, 2008)
  13. BlackBerrys Be Damned: Can You Do Business Without Them? (FoxBusiness, July 28, 2008)
  14. Enter the Cloud With Caution (Harry, Business Week, August 4, 2008)
  15. Is America Ready for its First Blackberry President, Stephen Lawson, IDG News Service, August 13, 2008 (Harry quoted). Also Computerworld and CIO
  16. Age probably affects opinion on electronic surveillance (Richard Griffin, Cambridge Chronicle, August 4, 2008)
  17. “Pre-Review,” Carnal0wnage, August 4, 2008
  18. Chronicle of Higher Education, Audio Podcast of Interview with Hal and Harry by Andrea Foster, August 12, 2008.
  19. A Blast From the Immediate Future, Peter Gordon, The Standard (Hong Kong), August 13, 2008.
  20. Review in TCM Reviews, by Dr. Tami Brady
  21. Brief review in The Next Web by Martin Kloos (August 14, 2008)
  22. Seduced by the Screen: From Both Sides of the Gaze, Artichoke, August 14, 2008.
  23. Interview with the authors, Singularity U., by Jonas Lamis, August 16, 2008.
  24. Cultural standards roiled by intrusive technology, Hal, Ken, and Harry, Providence Journal, August 16, 2008.
  25. On Company Equipment, Don’t Expect Privacy (Mildred L. Culp, Hartford Courant, August 18, 2008)
  26. Let’s Talk Computers (audio interviews with Ken and Harry), August 23, 2008.
  27. Computing in the Clouds (NPR, Laura Sydell quotes Harry)
  28. Campaigning for Our Digital Future, by Hal, Ken, and Harry (Providence Journal, August 24, 2008)
  29. Slashdot review by Ray Lodato (September 3, 2008)
  30. Linux Gazette review by Kat Tanaka Okopnik (September, 2008)
  31. Livejournal review, September 8, 2008
  32. Review in Asian Review of Books by Peter Gordon (September 8, 2008)
  33. Inaccuracies In an Instant (HRL, Boston Herald, September 20, 2008). Also open-access to the same article in the Oregonian.
  34. Who Else Reads Your Email? (HRL, Christian Science Monitor, October 7, 2008)
  35. The Dangers of Internet Censorship (HRL, Boston Globe, November 5, 2008)
  36. Carnal0wnage review (November 15, 2008)
  37. Review by Adam Thierer, Progress and Freedom Foundation. Also crossposted to Technology Liberation Front.
  38. Life and Liberty Usually Change when Information is ‘Blown to Bits’ (Dan Clapper, Asheville Citizen-Times, November 25, 2008)
  39. Not Your Father’s Censorship (Chronicle of Higher Education, January 16, 2009)
  40. Review by Bill Gasarch in SIGACT News, Volume 40, No. 1, 2009.