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An island of reason in the cyberstream – on the life and thought of Joseph Weizenbaum

The juxtaposition between the potential of technology and its actual manifestation can be rather jarring. Tools that promise to make tasks easier are used to automate people out of their … Continue reading

July 27, 2016 · 6 Comments

My Favorite Books From 2015

Best of the year lists are as much of a testament to what was missed as to what was actually experienced. For every [insert media format of your choice] that … Continue reading

December 30, 2015 · 7 Comments

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  • "Without the optimism of the governed, governments have too difficult a task." - Max Horkheimer 11 hours ago
  • Trump's budget isn't a secret Russian plot. It's the old GOP agenda. Trump is simply signing the GOP's wishlist. twitter.com/ap/status/8668… 12 hours ago
  • Bear in mind, especially while dreaming that Trump will get the boot soon, Trump's budget is completely in line with GOP orthodoxy. 13 hours ago
  • Remember, the proper title for the Trump budget is: "Make America a Kleptocratic Failed State." 13 hours ago
  • Cutting Medicare... Building a pointless wall... Trump's budget does many things, but it won't make America great. theguardian.com/us-news/2017/m… 15 hours ago