Internet

The Internet Outrage Machine Is Finally Ready for Hillary
March 28, 2015

HRC Super Volunteers doesn't seem to be much more than an email address.

Rewriting History Won't Save the NYPD
Wikipedia articles on police brutality were altered from police HQ
March 14, 2015

Why someone at NYPD headquarters edited Wikipedia entries detailing their police brutality.

A Better Name for Baby Boomers: "The Laziest Generation"
Is it really that hard to use email, Chuck Schumer?
March 11, 2015

Is it really that hard to use email, Chuck Schumer?

Let’s Really Be Friends
A defense of online intimacy
March 02, 2015

A defense of online intimacy.

The Moral Hazard of Big Data
Pasquale's 'Black Box Society' takes on the destructive power of money-hungry computation
February 06, 2015

We need greater accounting for algorithms that see us only as points in a vast Venn diagram. 

Net Neutrality Is Liberal Activists' Biggest Victory Since They Beat 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
February 05, 2015

The FCC's new rules show that activists can still beat the odds. 

Reason and the Republic of Opinion
November 11, 2014

We need not be a nation of intellectuals, but we must not be a nation of idiots.

Obama's Net Neutrality Support Shows Liberal Activists Can Still Sway the White House
November 10, 2014

Immigration activists should pay special notice.

Turning Twitter Procrastination into Literature
A discussion with Cory Arcangel and Jonah Peretti
August 08, 2014

Artist Cory Arcangel's new book is a compilation of those who couldn't resist tweeting the words "working on my novel."

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