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Podcast of “Metadata – a wartime drama”


In the currently installment of my podcast, I read aloud a recent Guardian column, "Metadata – a wartime drama, which imagines a dialog between Alan Turing and Winston Churchill that might have taken place if the UK Home Secretary Theresa May had been Turing's line-manager

All we can tell with this analysis is who is speaking, what equipment they use to speak, whom else they speak to, who the messages are addressed to, the subject of discussion, the places where all parties are when conducting discussion, which equipment they use to communicate …

Mastering by John Taylor Williams: wryneckstudio@gmail.com

John Taylor Williams is a audiovisual and multimedia producer based in Washington, DC and the co-host of the Living Proof Brew Cast. Hear him wax poetic over a pint or two of beer by visiting livingproofbrewcast.com. In his free time he makes "Beer Jewelry" and "Odd Musical Furniture." He often "meditates while reading cookbooks."

Metadata – a wartime drama


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One Response to “Podcast of “Metadata – a wartime drama””

  1. Wow, that IS an honor! It gives some credence to the meaningfulness of Project Heiroglyph's mission to provide an ambitious vision for the near future.
    (And this was back in 2008--five years ago. We are living in the future already!)

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