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* '''2004-11-06''' [http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail358.html Evaluating Horizons]: streaming and MP3
* '''2004-11-06''' [http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail358.html Evaluating Horizons]: streaming and MP3
* '''2006-10-08''' [http://www.sandiego.com/sdhistory.jsp?id=d4cd3fda-1e78-4263-89b8-2270374c182d Interview with Local Author David Brin]: text is an introduction to the interview video (37 MB), which can be [http://download-v5.streamload.com/6ecadd44-fde0-4985-917a-798759c4c4c0/markburgess/FileManager/brin.wmv?action=stream streamed] or [http://download-v5.streamload.com/6ecadd44-fde0-4985-917a-798759c4c4c0/markburgess/FileManager/brin.wmv downloaded]

Revision as of 16:37, 16 October 2006

David Brin, Ph.D. is a well-known author of science fiction; he has won both the Hugo and the Nebula awards. He is also known as a leading commentator on modern technological trends; many of these writings are available in various places online.

Edit Notes

I couldn't find any quick-and-easy lists of Brin's online works, so that will be the main function of this page (since Wikipedia covers the rest quite nicely). The Index is by no means complete, but I will be adding to it as time permits. --Woozle 12:36, 5 November 2005 (EST)