This interview forms part of the oral history project of the Association for Information Science and Technology, ASIS&T.
The website that used to hold this project no longer exists. ASIS&T has plans to restore it, but these seem to be taking a long time to come to fruition. I thought I would make my own contribution available in the meantime.
Below is (a) the video of the interview (beware: it's an hour and 45 minutes!), and (b) an edited transcript, which includes a postscript about an event that did not come up in the interview.
|Transcript of interview, including a postscript