Today our Featured Image is a metaphor for the indomitable human spirit, or maybe just a tribute to your liver’s ability to come back every Monday, despite what you spent all weekend doing to the poor damn thing. Now that… Read More ›
Month: February 2015
Let’s go back in time, kittens: back all the way to 2008, before most of the world had ever heard of Anonymous. And then, let’s look at some of the the busiest, messiest years in American history and watch as Anonymous… Read More ›
Or, sock puppetry for fun and profit.
Originally posted on Gigaom:
I have written quite a bit about GDELT (the Global Database of Events, Languages and Tone) over the past year, because I think it’s a great example of the type of ambitious project only made possible by the…
This is another in AnonyÓðinn‘s ongoing series of essays examining the political and economic underpinnings of our current, and somewhat fraught, situation. Socioeconomic assumptions that lay unexamined for the past forty or fifty years must now be reviewed, tested against current… Read More ›
Which is not necessarily a good thing, people.
The Parade with the Drums is an unlikely literary document; it’s the first children’s book published by the faceless hacktivist collective Anonymous. Why? Who? How? and Is It Any Good? All these questions and more occurred to us, so we… Read More ›
Revered New York Times columnist and media critic David Carr collaped in the newsroom yesterday and died at the age of 58. Shortly before he died, he moderated this outstanding TimesTalks panel centering on the documentary CitizenFour, featuring Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and… Read More ›