Just a quick post linking you to my latest radio interview, with WFHB-Bloomington’s Doug Storm. Doug is one of the hosts of a great program called “Interchange,” and this past Tuesday I was delighted to share with him a broad-ranging conversation about many of the topics I address in The Late Age of Print—the longevity of books, print (and paper) culture, reading practices, taste hierarchies, and more. Toward the end, the conversation turned to my latest work, on the politics of algorithmic culture.
The program lasts about an hour. Enjoy!