A Visit To New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program
Friday, May 14, 2010
For 31 years New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program has taught students how to invent, design, build and think about communications technology. Brooke talks to students and professor Clay Shirky about this year’s work and how the program’s past might predict our future.
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