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I blogged last week that AI (ChatGPT) enabled me to summarize books for purpose of blogging and learning.

The New York Times’ Steven Kurtuz reports this week on an interactive reading experience, -were by AI.

Two philosophy professors, John Kaag and Clancy Martin, have started a publishing venture called Rebind.

Rebind takes classic texts in the public domain and pairs

Walking home from Starbucks yesterday, we talked about how much the landscape for selecting a lawyer had changed by the late 1990s when I moved to Seattle to start PrairieLaw, an online community connecting people to good lawyers. The days of picking a lawyer from the yellow pages were just about dead – in my mind.

The yellow pages were