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Russell Brown Address: "Information Entrepreneurs"

Russell Brown Address: "Information Entrepreneurs"

An address by Public Address blogger, Listener (and occasionally Scoop) columnist and media commentator Russell Brown to a libraries research conference in Wellington at the National Library, delivered Saturday September 3rd at 1.15pm.

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According to Russell's latest Public Address post [http://www.publicaddress.net/default,2487.sm] the text of this address will be available shortly via his Great New Zealand Argument [http://www.publicaddress.net/default,gnza.sm] series

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