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CFI–DC Drinking Skeptically Baltimore Message Board › Point of Inquiry Podcast

Point of Inquiry Podcast

Roy A.
user 9631797
Parkton, MD
Post #: 9
The Point of Inquiry Podcast has an interview with the author David Brin. ... I almost gave it a miss but it was one of best podcasts that I have heard in months. I thought he did a great job of framing some of the issues discussed. I did not realize that he was that good a communicator.
Bruce P.
Ellicott City, MD
Post #: 13
Just listened to it yesterday and thought the same thing. Excellent, interview.
Roy A.
user 9631797
Parkton, MD
Post #: 10
He has the book list of books he reads/ recommends out on good reads. I may add Gun, Germs and Steel to my reading list(that book is written by someone else). I am on the fence on reading Brin's book on how the internet has impacted culture and privacy (it was published 13+ years ago I am wondering if it is still current enough)
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