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Published on Jun 20, 2010
Internet pioneer Jaron Lanier, author of and inventor of the term "virtual reality," discusses the implications of new web technologies on education, community and artistic expression in the 21st century. Lanier is also a pianist, composer and collector of unusual musical instruments, maintaining one of the largest and most varied collections of actively played rare instruments in the world.
In conjunction with LINK, a Jewish, Art, and Technology initiative, which opens the CJM as a laboratory to explore practical applications for forging new paths in Jewish education.