It’s been awhile between “links” posts as I’ve been trying to not flood the world with things I find interesting. Here are a few choice links, though, for your enjoyment. If you’re in the US, and are legally permitted to … Continue reading
It’s been quite a long time since I’ve put up a Links post. I’ve been trying to be a bit more judicious about the links, only marking things as important if they really are important. But, that said, here are … Continue reading
Well, it’s the end of an academic year, and I’m thinking about these “links.” Should I continue them? Should I keep on with certain categories of them? I’m not sure. I think I’m going to take a break from them … Continue reading
Another slug of links for you. I must say that I’m disappointed that more people haven’t spoken out against CISPA, and that it’s drawn much less attention than SOPA and PIPA did. I wonder: has the public just become apathetic? … Continue reading
Not much commentary this week – just a bunch of links. Enjoy them.
You know, it occurs to me that I’ve never really said what these “Links” are for, nor how I gather them. I’ll leave the “what they’re for” for a moment, and tell you the “how” of putting these lists together. … Continue reading
I realize I’ve been considering censorship from the wrong end: I’ve been thinking of censorship as the act of either a government or a large corporation to suppress speech of individuals. Censorship, however, operates on a much smaller level than … Continue reading
A bunch of links for you again this week. I’ve just put the finishing touches on my corrections, so here’s fingers crossed that they’ll go through and that’s me, PhD after the name.
If you read nothing else from this week’s “links” post, please do read Why Anti-Authoritarians are Diagnosed as Mentally Ill and Ancient Computers in Use Today.
And now for the news. SOPA / PIPA / ACTA seem to have calmed down somewhat, but I suspect that they’ve just been driven underground a bit and that we’ll see some new form of them soon. We’re still heavy … Continue reading