You can contact me on becky [dot] hogge [at] gmail [dot] com.
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becky is my hero
Dear Becky, as you perhaps know, the p2p foundation blog, a top 2% retweeted blog globally, has a book of the week feature, and I’d be interested in featuring your book,
Let me know if you’re interested via email@example.com,
I’m also interested in a full print copy for a formal review later on,
Loved the book, loving the ‘too much information’ links – last weeks has an illuminating podcast by lawrence lessig which i would like to share – when searching on google I get a title page no access to podcast. How did you get it?
Glad you liked the book. I got the .mp3 link from the podcast’s xml feed, which is http://longnow.org/projects/seminars/SALT.xml (and which can be accessed by clicking on the image on the bottom left of this page http://longnow.org/seminars/podcast/
You mentioned getting in touch with me in Liverpool?
Found myself in deepest darkest Sussex and you sprung to mind (did you come from Ditchling.. I can’t remember now). Anyway as I couldn’t find you on Facebook I googled you and I wouldn’t forget that face or cheeky smile. Hello! I think I see why you’re not on fb now… Hope life is good
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“travel guide to the digital work” is, despite its ground-breaking and head-shaking significance, an unsung hero. I hope the civil society will enroll for a class in the book before it is too late