Monthly Archives: July 2011

Open Knowledge Is Not Enough – The Case For Fair Knowledge

Is it time to boycott Wikipedia? As Wikipedia is the most prominent endeavour of the Wikimedia Foundation, a boycott of the latter should start here. And in my opinion there are good reasons to call for a boycott of both, Wikipedia and the Foundat… Continue reading

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The Humanism of Bradley Manning

If Bradley Manning has been the source of the documents published by WikiLeaks, then now at least we have some crucial insight into his motivation. In the chat logs of him and Adrian Lamo published recently by Wired there are two passages that sho… Continue reading

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The Network

An idea by Jen??, from the early 80s Akira ??? Nicholas Albery ??? Alfred Andersch ??? Gregory Bateson ??? Morris Berman ??? Blade Runner ??? Yelena Bonner / Andrei Sakharov ??? Johannes Brahms ??? Willy Brandt ??? John Brunner ??? Ernest Callenba… Continue reading

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