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Harnessing Light

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"I really enjoy Tufekci's writing, usually in shorter-form articles around the internet. This is a great book about social movements, social media, and censorship. Dr. Tufekci's years experience talking with protesters from Chiapas to Tahrir Square an" Read more of this review »
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A witty and interesting compilation of Jasper's own work as a ceramicist, including beautiful insights into his process and inspiration. The tone is light-hearted and fun, although at points revealing glimpses of long-standing grief that perhaps prop ...more
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