Video Interview with Glenn Reynolds on The Higher Education Bubble

by Ed Driscoll | July 7, 2012 4:19 pm

Since my blog was one of many inspired by[1] in the immediate wake of 9/11, and since it’s celebrating its tenth anniversary this year[2], I had wanted to do a video interview with Glenn Reynolds to discuss the history and state of the Blogosphere. Given that he has a new “Broadside” (much longer than most magazine articles, but shorter than most books) from Encounter Books on the Higher Education Bubble[3] and the impact of its aftermath on both students and academia, this seemed like the perfect opportunity. With a little help from the folks at[4] for arranging the video hookup between our two one-man in-home video studios, here’s my video with the Professor, in which he discusses:

Click on the above video to watch; or visit Ed for a larger high-res version of the video[9]. There you can also: scroll through[10] for three years worth of our earlier editions of our Silicon Graffiti video blog.

  2. celebrating its tenth anniversary this year:
  3. the Higher Education Bubble:
  5. early blogging influences:
  6. the scary-ass comparison chart:
  7. Occupy Wall Street:
  8. the higher education bubble:
  9. for a larger high-res version of the video:
  10. scroll through:

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