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Uploaded on Mar 17, 2011

The idea of fixed knowledge is changing, as our information sources move away from print to the online commons. James Gleick, author of The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood, examines an article by Zick Rubin in The New York Times as an example of this adjustment period and our changing values.

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