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Neal Stephenson explains his “Hieroglyph Project,” and how it is intended to inspire us with optimistic visions of getting “big stuff done.”This past spring, Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief of MIT Technology Review, conducted a wide-ranging but informal conversation with science fiction writer Neal Stephenson about his craft, preoccupations, influences, and inspirations. Enjoy a six-part weekly series of video shorts based on their conversation.
September 3, 2012
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