- A new Marcus Yallow/Little Brother story!: "Force Multiplier" is free if you pre-order Attack Surface, the third Little Brother book
- DRM and CHI: When the metaphor shear is deliberate.
- Talking with Toronto Public Library's Shelve Under podcast: Toronto is a hell of an sf town.
- The law is free: Carl Malamud wins big at the Supreme Court.
- "Absolutely faithful" Discworld TV adaptations: Will we finally get a decent Discworld video adaptation?
- Read the prologue of "The Lost Cause": My post-GND novel-in-progress
- Foreclosure vultures hold illegal auctions on courthouse steps: You say "investor," I say "profiteer."
- Hands-free door-handles: Ability is a spectrum.
- NYC will pedestrianize 40 miles of city streets: Hey I'm walkin' here.
- Citizen DJ: The Library of Congress wants to bring back the golden age of sampling.
- "Essential" workers will strike across America for May Day: Amazon, Instacart, Whole Foods, Walmart, Target, and FedEx.
- Synonyms vs machine learning: An adversarial example to defeat sentiment analyzers.
- This day in history: 2005, 2010, 2015
- Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading
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- Jesse Jackson endorses Sanders: "I stand with him because he stands with you."
- Choose Your Own Adventure was Milton Friedman for Kids: There Is No Alternative.
- Woman sues TSA over "pat-down" that penetrated her vagina: Las Vegas airport's finest.
- Shat-out pig pedometer sparks farm-fire: Beyond Thunderdome, free range
- UCSC strike prompts systemwide student and faculty solidarity strikes: Meanwhile, the regents are deporting striking TAs.
- An open syllabus on "housing struggles": Detailed resources from the Pirate Care collective.
- Yanis Varoufakis on how austerity leads to fascism: And how "constructive disobedience" can win support for alternatives.
- John Deere is Right to Repair's archnemesis: Digital feudalism has reinvented the tenant farmer.
- This day in history: 2010, 2015, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, current writing projects, upcoming appearances, current reading
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