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Ed Finn humanities, literature, media, research

Ed Finn is a grad student in the Stanford English program interested in contemporary literature and new media. His academic blog covers his work in progress, events at Stanford and other items of literary interest.

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How to Change the World high tech, media, social media, technology

Alumnus Guy Kawasaki's blog about technology and social media.

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In Pursuit of Zen Aeroprise, Anand, Chandrasekaran, entrepreneurship, independent film, media, mobility, Tapestries of Hope

Anand Chandrasekaran's blog on mobile technologies, consumer media, Stanford guest lecturing and entrepreneurship.

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LawPundit information technology, IP, law, lifestyle, media, politics, sports

LawPundit (Law Pundit) is primarily a legal weblog (law blog, blawg, online journal) about law, information technology, intellectual property, new media, jurisprudence, politics and current events, sports and competition, telecommunications, travel, the history of civilization, cyberspace, cyberlaw and lifestyle.

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Philosophy Talk: The Blog humanities, media, philosophy, radio

Philosophy Talk: The Blog is a companion blog to the radio program Philosophy talk, hosted by John Perry and Ken Taylor. Though Perry and Taylor will be the major bloggers here, we will also feature a continuous stream of guest bloggers. In addition, you can experience the wit and wisdom of our sixty-second philosopher Ian Shoals and the insight of that astute and wide ranging observer of the created universe, Amy Standen, the our Roving Philosophical Reporter.

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Stanford Humanities Lab art, culture, humanities, media, multidisciplinary, research, technology

SHL, the Stanford Humanities Lab, is a Center for Transdiciplinary/Post-Disciplinary Study. We discover fascinating futures to be explored in ignoring and crossing disciplinary borders.

With new developments in areas such as biotech, digital culture, global society, SHL believes that some crucial questions — about what it is to be human, about experience in a connected world, about the boundaries of culture and nature — transcend the old divisions between the arts, sciences and humanities, between the academy, industry and the cultural sphere.

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The Innovation Journalism Blog communication, innovation, journalism, media, technology

Comments on the Development of the Concept and the Community of Innovation Journalism

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