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#anonymous past and future

(By the way, I selected this morning’s picture last week — so it’s pure serendipity that I wrote this article last night, scheduled it, and then noticed it got placed right after it. Wow. Pretty cool coincidence.) I thought this … Continue reading

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this n that

Obama State Of The Union Speech 2011: FULL TEXT. By most accounts on twitter, a fairly mundane — even boring — speech. But you know what? Obama tends to put out exactly what’s needed for a particular speech. So he … Continue reading

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wikileaks: “The avalanche has already started, it is too late for the pebbles to vote.”

In looking over this article, one thing that strikes me is that these Wikileaks commentaries are becoming a blend of current political issues as well as Wikileaks news, and not just purely articles about Wikileaks itself. In fact, this article … Continue reading

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a twitter revolution? a wikileaks revolution? or a tunisian revolution?

Tunisia: a moment in history In due course, every city of consequence in Tunisia will have a street or square named after Mohamed Bouazizi, the unemployed fruit-seller whose humiliation at the hands of the authorities led to a revolution. It’s … Continue reading

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