Journalist Jacob Silverman — symbolically represented in the Mixed Media studio — is the author of 'Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection' 

Journalist Jacob Silverman — symbolically represented in the Mixed Media studio — is the author of 'Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection' 

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On episode 4 of Mixed Media: Author Jacob Silverman talks about his new book, Terms of Service: Social Media and the Price of Constant Connection. He touches on issues of privacy, egos, social surveillance and "churnalism." More importantly, he explains how he became a three-time Jeopardy! champion

Then, Will Evans, founder of Deep Vellum, a nonprofit publisher of translated world literature in Deep Ellum, talks about  his unlikely growing empire, why Dallas needs more bookstores and making FD magazine's 2015 "Hot List." He also explains why his body is covered in tattoos of master Russian authors.

Finally, Kitchen Dog Theater co-artistic director Tina Parker talks about the group's new play, The Firestorm, by Meridith Friedman, about a white politician whose marriage to a black woman is threatened by the public unearthing of a racist prank. Parker also discusses Kitchen Dog's upcoming move from its longtime home at The McKinney Avenue Contemporary and whether or not she'll reprise her role as Francesca on on the AMC series Breaking Bad.

From left: Tina Parker, co-artistic director of Kitchen Dog Theater and Will Evans, founder of Deep Vellum Publishing 

From left: Tina Parker, co-artistic director of Kitchen Dog Theater and Will Evans, founder of Deep Vellum Publishing 

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