Cultural critic Hal Niedzviecki says in his latest book, "Trees on Mars," that we are an era obsessed with the future. He joins us to talk about what he sees as a seismic shift in our worldview, and why he thinks it's bad for our institutions and our planet.
After more than ten years of legal battles, a federal court affirmed the lawfulness of Google Books, the large-scale effort by Google to create a digitized, searchable repository of the world's texts. On Tech Tuesday, we'll look at the details of the case and what the decision means for our ability to use and share content in the digital age.
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