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Newsarama has posted the first part of their interview with NPR’s Brooke Gladstone about her graphic non-fiction book about the history and methodology of mass media, The Influencing Machine.  As she explains:

I get so many books in my office about the media, and they tend to fall into two categories. They’re either “We’re on the verge of civilization’s collapse” or “We’re on the brink of a glorious cyber-utopia.” And I steer between those two shoals.

She discusses the process of collaborating with artist Josh Neufeld, and the odd similarities comics have with radio.

Newsarama has posted the first part of their interview with NPR’s Brooke Gladstone about her graphic non-fiction book about the history and methodology of mass media, The Influencing Machine.  As she explains:

I get so many books in my office about the media, and they tend to fall into two categories. They’re either “We’re on the verge of civilization’s collapse” or “We’re on the brink of a glorious cyber-utopia.” And I steer between those two shoals.

She discusses the process of collaborating with artist Josh Neufeld, and the odd similarities comics have with radio.

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