Arts & Culture
Bob Stein discusses his integral role in the prehistory of online publishing and e-books
Is the internet already thinking for itself?
White Flight in Networked Publics? How Race and Class Shaped American Teen Engagement with MySpace and Facebook
The leak is “now”
(Watch Julian Assange explain why the world needs WikiLeaks)
7 Awesome Ways Barnyard Animals Are Like Communism
“No one would create a lolcat to keep for themselves”
From Stanley to Xenophonic
‘The numbers are staggering. Someone born in 1960 has watched something like 50,000 hours of television already.’
Let’s put bad writing to work
Where has the rational and balanced “netizen” gone?
‘These days, watching an entire porn DVD is a marathon undertaking that requires as much suspension of disbelief as your average teeny-bopper vampire film’
Sarah Palin Glen Beck Rush Limbaugh Michael Moore Tea Party
Mr. Otlet’s Marvellous Mundaneum
‘Human-flesh search engines – renrou sousuo yinqing – have become a Chinese phenomenon…’
‘In this way, and for this reason, the novel is the vital antidote to the mentality that the Internet promotes.’
Predictions of the Next Big Internet Thing
‘Could there be a fitter representation of copyright’s contemporary plight than the fingers of a Google technician obscuring Kant’s defence of writer’s rights?’
The Edge Annual Question 2010: How is the internet changing the way you think?
Page 7 of 8
‘Common as Air: Revolution, Art, and Ownership’ by Lewis Hyde
The Labyrinth by Robert P. Baird
Maz Jobrani: Did you hear the one about the Iranian-American?
‘Out of Steppe’ by Daniel Metcalfe
The Early Universe, as Seen From the South Pole
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