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Revenge Effect by Vernon Reid
Revenge Effect

In Tenner’s view, it isn’t technology itself at fault, but rather our tendency to “anchor it in laws, regulations, customs, and habits,” coupled with an inability to anticipate the unintended and unpredictable interactions between individual components acting as a system. 

Revenge Effect by Vernon Reid
Revenge Effect

In Tenner’s view, it isn’t technology itself at fault, but rather our tendency to “anchor it in laws, regulations, customs, and habits,” coupled with an inability to anticipate the unintended and unpredictable interactions between individual components acting as a system. 

Bob Dylan & Radiohead: Subterranean Homesickness by Vernon Reid
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Two recent exceptions that have revitalized my faith in the possibilities inherent in Pop music are Radiohead’s remarkable OK Computer and Bob Dylan’s wonderful Time Out Of Mind: two records that couldn’t be more different and yet more in sync.

Medeski, Martin & Wood by Vernon Reid
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Vernon Reid talks to the genre-defying trio Medeski, Martin & Wood about the choices they make in their music.

Vernon Reid by Tracie Morris
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