My dear friend danah boyd led a fascinating day-long workshop at Data and Society in New York City today focused on algorithmic governance of the… Read More »Ben Franklin, the Post Office and the Digital Public Sphere
This post is not from me, but is a remarkable rant from T. Greg Doucette, an attorney in Durham, NC, who took to Twitter to… Read More »T. Greg Doucette on false arrest and police brutality
Fred Turner, the leading chronicler of the links between the 60s counterculture and the internet revolution, turned his sights to the rise of multimedia in… Read More »Fred Turner: The link from anti-fascist art and the “historical problem” of Facebook
Let me start with an apology: reading other people’s tech support horror stories is less fun than hearing them describe their medical problems or recount… Read More »Why is Verizon letting rural broadband decay?