Combine headlines about the economy with those about climate change, and something uncomfortable emerges.
A report issued yesterday about climate change “paints a far more dire picture of its immediate consequences than previously thought”. It also contains, between the lines, some links and implications that I have not seen in mainstream media yet.
Article 11 of the recently approved EU Copyright Directive is going to be fun. Eventually.
“Then Peer Production sat down and wept, because there were not other worlds for her to conquer”
This month, I started sharing lots of OLD (5 or more years old) web pages. Yesterday, I discovered why.
is right behind, or above, urban population growth.
Last month I found, once more, that this fundamental topic of our times keeps going through the same, decades-long doubts, and maybe errors.
There are many proposals that governments should nationalize, break up or “regulate” Facebook and similar platforms. Those proposals range from useless to dangerous. With one exception.
I have been saying for at least twelve years that your civil rights and the quality of your life depend on how software is used AROUND you. In July 2018, I found the same concept expressed very well by somebody else.
In rural, remote and northern communities across Canada, First Nations technicians are taking on Internet connectivity challenges themselves. Then what?