In his latest podcast, Infopeople’s book guy Michael Cart celebrates Edward Lear’s 200th birthday. And then changing topics (sort of), he talks about texting and reading. It’s worth a listen, hopefully!
Mentioned in this podcast:
- John McWhorter. Talking with Your Fingers. NY Times, 4/23/12
- Timothy Egan. The Reading Renaissance. NY Times, 4/26/12
- Monica Hesse. AP’s Approval of ‘Hopefully’ symbolizes larger debate over language. Washington Post, 4/17/12
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