new liars album. rad. →
on the road
Official WIPO meeting summaries are incredibly useful: “Different views were expressed in regard these issues.”
Leaving Mountain View on Caltrain, guy next to me working on Powerpoint titled “Global Online Consumer Tracking.” #therealsiliconvalley
Don't drone me, bro. →
“But some of the officials carrying out the policy are equally leery of “how easy it has become to kill someone,” one said. The U.S. is targeting al-Qaida operatives for reasons such as being heard in an intercepted conversation plotting to attack a U.S. ambassador overseas, the official said. Stateside, that conversation could trigger an investigation by the Secret Service or...
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We’re coming up to the presidential election’s primary season....– Occupy, by Noam Chomsky.
Western policymakers should rid themselves of the illusion that communism ended...– The Net Delusion
Dymaxion Chronofile is the most bomb-ass name of...
I went to SFMOMA on Tuesday to check out Sam Green’s (past work includes the terrific Weather Underground) new film “The Lovesong of R. Buckminster Fuller.” Well, actually I guess it’s technically not a film because there were only 2 live performances of it and it was not committed to tape. Pretty cool format actually, which I’ve never seen before. Same pulled some...
For the first time, perhaps ever, a U.S. citizen was assassinated by the CIA, on...– Greenwald in Salon, at http://www.salon.com/2012/05/01/since_bin_ladens_death/singleton/