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posted by LaminatorX on Wednesday March 05 2014, @12:24PM   Printer-friendly
from the Applied-truthiness dept.
An anonymous coward writes:

"Jaron Lanier talks about his latest book, Who Owns the Future? on the Colbert Report (US TV, Comedy Central channel). Should be viewable on the web shortly at

I met Jaron when he worked for Atari in the early 1980s. I remember him as a brilliant and delightful guy, but perhaps a little (or a lot) too full of himself? He does seem to have been successful as a tech pundit..."

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  • (Score: 4, Informative) by Vanderhoth on Wednesday March 05 2014, @02:44PM

    by Vanderhoth (61) on Wednesday March 05 2014, @02:44PM (#11340)

    Yep, I'm use to it, but what an incredible piss off. I can still find the video on Comedy Network (Canadian Comedy Central), but when someone provides a link to something on Comedy Central (Twitter, Facebook, various blogs, hell even CBC's done it) I just get the, "Content is not available in your region, try Comedy Network", but then I have to go dig through the Comedy Network archives to find the specific clip.

    Normally I give up if it's not something recent.

    "Now we know", "And knowing is half the battle". -G.I. Joooooe
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