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Mar 26, 2016

Editor-at-Large, CNET’s Technically Literate
Interview starts at 19:40 and ends at 43:30
We have a very different generation coming up who may relate to literature in a different way, because we have completely digital generations coming up. So I think those of us who present stories to the world have to be open to different ways to present them. And when we have a way to do it like we do in Technically Literate, that is an on-line way to do it, I think we always have to be thinking about pushing the boundary. 
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“Most everything you wanted to know about Data Guy: Revealed This Sunday in TeleRead” by David Rothman - March 25, 2016
Interview with Data Guy by Susan Lulgjuraj for TeleRead - will be live March 27, 2016 here.
“Data Guy’s Web of Analysis: DBW Turns Hostility Into a Handshake” by Porter Anderson at Publishing Perspectives - March 10, 2016
“City re-introduces $30M Amazon contract for e-book marketplace” by Eliza Shapiro at Politico New York - March 22, 2016
“Banned by Amazon for returning faulty goods” by Miles Brignall at The Guardian March 18, 2016
“Return Too many items on Amazon? Will Amazon Ban your Account?” by Tuan Do at Techwalls - March 21, 2016
“Anonymous Rips Denver, Tattered Cover Over Homeless Policies, Threatens Doxing” by Michael Roberts  at Westword - March 21, 2016
“Why is Amazon So Weird?” by Daniel Berkowitz at Digital Book World - March 23, 2016
Tech Tip
“Missed the Kindle update deadline? Here’s how to update manually” by Nicole Cozma at CNET - March 23, 2016
Amazon’s Help page for Critical Software Update for Kindle eReaders
Interview with Janis Cooke Newman
CNET’s Technically Literate home page
Amazon’s Janis Cooke Newman Page
Lit Camp Writer’s Conference
Technically Literate’s first short story, “The Last Taco Truck in Silicon Valley” by Michelle Richmond. (Video interview of Richmond by CNET’s editor-in-chief Connie Gugleilmo is at the end of the story.)
Music for my podcast is from an original Thelonius Monk composition named "Well, You Needn't." This version is "Ra-Monk" by Eval Manigat on the "Variations in Time: A Jazz Persepctive" CD by Public Transit Recording" CD. 
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