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wikileaks: hit and run

This has been an intense day – & it’s amazing how central of a role Twitter now plays in these disputes/debates Well, well, well. According to boingboing’s article published last night: Wired.com: Lamo/Manning Wikileaks chat logs contain no unpublished references … Continue reading

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wikileaks: wired contradictions

Wired finally responded late this afternoon: Putting the Record Straight on the Lamo-Manning Chat Logs. I’ll note that the comments to this two parter are pretty scathing. Haven’t yet heard back from Greenwald, although since they claim factual errors on … Continue reading

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wikileaks: the tides of information

In my last post, I discussed the hacker narrative, which is fundamentally based around some external antagonist — whether government or corporate — that the hacker struggles against. With that in mind, consider this article: Banks and WikiLeaks. The whistle-blowing … Continue reading

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wikileaks: narrative shifts

In The Blast Shack, Bruce Sterling offers his perspective of the Wikileaks narrative. He does touch on a number of things that have also utterly fascinated me about all this. I was thinking more of Neuromancer and its like, but … Continue reading

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