SCIENTIST’S ONLINE INTERVIEWS DRAW HIS PEERS OUT OF LECTURE MODE

[ Tue. Jan. 10. 2012 ]

Indeed, the success of the TED video lectures and Edge.org — a Web site that John Brockman, an author and a book agent, created in 1996 and that has published dozens of video and text “conversations” with scientists — is evidence that the Internet has made it possible to gather small audiences intensely interested in subjects frequently ignored by the general news media.

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