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The mental toolbox: what’s a “transnational advocacy network”?

Question 4a. Please use the following phrase in a sentence: transnational advocacy network. Answer 1 Yesterday, I took my swimsuit with me to work, and stopped for a dip in the transnational advocacy network on the way home. Answer 2 At first I thought he was really sweet, but when he kissed me I could … Continue reading

Code is law, you say? Sudo drop my parking fine!

Sure, it may be true that code is law in cyberspace, but off-line politics still matter. You say you agree?  Shush! Don’t interrupt me when I’m ranting.  Let’s set up a straw man argument and knock it down like a school yard bully.  What’s all this violence in aid of?  The hurly-burly will scare the … Continue reading

Oggcamp 2011: winning and losing internet freedoms through real politics

The Netizen of the World blog does live shows!  OggCamp 2011 gave me the opportunity for the first time to put my ideas before an audience of geeks.  This is the beta version of my talk about practical politics for a free internet.  There’s no doubt I have some bugs to quash before I give … Continue reading

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