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February 3, 2005

on point

I'm a guest on NPR's "On Point," discussing the new survey of youth and the First Amendment that I described on Tuesday. At this moment, I'm listening to the show as I wait to participate.

(8:00 pm--I meant to add "come join us," because it's a call-in show, but now it's too late. However, you can listen via the WBUR website.)

(8:09 pm--For a parody of the kind of discussion I just participated in--in fact, for a parody of people like me--read the Onion's "Study: Watching Fewer than Four Hours of TV A Day Impairs Ability to Ridicule Pop Culture." Thanks to LibraryChronicles for the lead.)

February 3, 2005 7:23 PM | category: none


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