Pluralistic: 29 Jul 2020


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Pluralistic: 28 Apr 2020


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A new Marcus Yallow/Little Brother story!; DRM and CHI; Talking with Toronto Public Library's Shelve Under podcast; The law is free; "Absolutely faithful" Discworld TV adaptations; Read the prologue of "The Lost Cause"; Foreclosure vultures hold illegal auctions on courthouse steps; Hands-free door-handles; NYC will pedestrianize 40 miles of city streets; Citizen DJ; "Essential" workers will strike across America for May Day; Synonyms vs machine learning

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Pluralistic: 03 Apr 2020

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  1. The Public Domain Review Coloring Book: Hokusai, Albrecht Dürer, Harry Clarke, Virginia Frances Sterrett, etc.
  2. Amazon's leaked anti-worker smear plan: They put it in writing.
  3. Wikipedia vs patent troll: No, you didn't invent autocomplete.
  4. Bug bounty programs as catch-and-kills: Companies are not good stewards of their own bad news.
  5. The Tea Party killed pandemic preparedness: "No one warned us" -Congressman who was warned repeatedly.
  6. This day in history: 2019
  7. Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading

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Pluralistic: 30 Mar 2020

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  1. Lax antitrust killed ventilator stockpiles : The USG procured <$3k ventilators from a startup, so an incumbent bought them and shuttered them.
  2. Koch network demands an end to lockdown: While sending its staff home for their safety.
  3. Private equity firms scooping up pandemic bargains: It's not the wound that gets ya, it's the opportunistic parasitic infections.
  4. Digital rights are human rights: Why broadband should be a public utility.
  5. ACLU vanquishes the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Terms of Service violations are not felonies.
  6. Munching Squares and Munching Tunes: The music and visuals of slow-decay phosphors.
  7. This day in history: 2010, 2015, 2019
  8. Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading

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