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February 22, 2012


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Larry O'Hara

Good balanced review: Lobster is as alway's a curate's egg. You raise important issues about assimilating information via trhe internet vs from hard copy also present in Nicholas Carr's intriguing book the shallows.

Lobster has set the standard, in terms of production frequency: all I can say is the next Notes From the Borderland really is near, and it will make something of a splash...

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