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Bill Thompson is a new media pioneer whose main interests lie in the crossover between technology and culture. He has worked in IT as a programmer, consultant, trainer and is now a writer and journalist. Bill has been involved with the Internet since 1986 - 'when having an email address on your business card was radical'. He was formerly head of new media at the Guardian, and technical manager of Nexus and Campaigns Editor at Internet magazine. He also writes a weekly column for BBC Online and is tame geek on Go Digital on the World Service. In the chair: Dr Richard Barbrook is a writer and lecturer on issues of digital culture, society and politics. He was a co-founder of Cybersalon and co-founder of The Hypermedia Research Centre at Westminster University where he currently teaches.

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Archive listings for Cybersalon Christmas Lecture - Bill Thompson: Is Big Business Destroying the Internet? (2002)

Work type: Lecture.

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9 Dec 02ICA, Inner London :: V205
listing details L0841838673


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