- Ada Palmer, being brilliant for 2.5h: On the Singularity Podcast.
- Restaurateur wreaks algorithmic vengeance upon Doordash: Nonconsensual delivery services vs arbitrage.
- England's storks are back: A 600 year old deep cut.
- See through walls with free software: TEMPEST, GNU Radio style.
- Universal broadband now: Broadband is a human right.
- Airgap-busting malware: Probabilistic sneakernet injections.
- Deliveroo, without Deliveroo: The problem isn't the service, it's the social arrangements.
- Podcast: Part 3 of Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town: Have your read all those books?
- US insurers say paying for pandemic treatment is "selfless": Blind boxes r us.
- This day in history: 2010, 2015, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading
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- Masque of the Red Death: Macmillan Audio gave me permission to share the audiobook of my end-of-the-world novella.
- When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth: A new podcast audiobook of my 2005 end-of-the-world story.
- Ada Palmer on historical and modern censorship: Part of EFF's Speaking Freely project.
- Glitch workers unionize: First-ever tech union formed without management opposition.
- Women of Imagineering: A 384-page illustrated chronicle of the role women play in Disney theme-park design.
- Tachyon celebrates 30 years of sff publishing with a Humble Bundle: DRM-free and benefits EFF.
- Honest Government Ads, Covid-19 edition: Political satire is really hard, but The Juice makes it look easy.
- TSA lifts liquid bans, telcos lift data caps: Almost as though there was no reason for them in the first place.
- CBC postpones Canada Reads debates: But you can read a ton of the nominated books online for free.
- Star Wars firepits: 750lbs of flaming backyard steel.
- This day in history: 2005, 2015, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, current writing projects, upcoming appearances, current reading
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