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Podcast of London Copyfighters’ Brunch

Podcast of London Copyfighters’ Brunch

The guys at Meme Therapy – incubating the world’s premature ideas have produced a great podcast of last Sunday’s fascinating London Copyfighters event, with interviews, discussion and some of the speeches from Speakers’ Corner, including my own rather spur-of-the-moment rant (about 25 minutes in) in […]

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Breaking Racial Sound Barriers

Breaking Racial Sound Barriers

Via Furdlog, a Washington Post article by Christopher John Farley, “Breaking Racial Sound Barriers”, presents an interesting spin on the likelihood of architectures of control creating/enforcing/reinforcing a marginalised “technology underclass,” as I previously discussed (to some extent, anyway) in Some implications of architectures of control.

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