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"The story of the Cypherpunks Mailing List, an obscure ‘90s email server that developed decentralized technology as a path to new forms of human organization."
"The story of the Cypherpunks Mailing List, an obscure ‘90s email server that developed decentralized technology as a path to new forms of human organization."
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>"What the digital worlds of Japan’s imageboards and America’s alt-right reveal about real-life precarity."
>"What the digital worlds of Japan’s imageboards and America’s alt-right reveal about real-life precarity."
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"On Vilém Flusser‘s philosophy of what a camera wants, and what such a perspective misses"
"On Vilém Flusser‘s philosophy of what a camera wants, and what such a perspective misses"
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"Countries are people. In democracies, these people determine the politics of the countries. In autocracy they don’t, they exclusively work for the economy of their country. Vladimir Putin doesn’t"
"Countries are people. In democracies, these people determine the politics of the countries. In autocracy they don’t, they exclusively work for the economy of their country. Vladimir Putin doesn’t"
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>"Interrogated, tortured, and held for decades without charges, Gitmo prisoners held onto their humanity by creating art."
>"Interrogated, tortured, and held for decades without charges, Gitmo prisoners held onto their humanity by creating art."
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>"Ancient Romans bought mementos to commemorate their travels. These speak eloquently of their world, if we care to listen"
>"Ancient Romans bought mementos to commemorate their travels. These speak eloquently of their world, if we care to listen"
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>"Lenin envisioned Soviet unity. Stalin called Russia ‘first among equals’. Yet Russian nationalism never went away"
>"Lenin envisioned Soviet unity. Stalin called Russia ‘first among equals’. Yet Russian nationalism never went away"
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The Atlantic: The Ideology of the Bicycle.
The Atlantic: The Ideology of the Bicycle.
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"We asked 'Internet for the People' author Ben Tarnoff about why antitrust isn't enough, and whether profit motive is the root of all of Big Tech's problems."
"We asked 'Internet for the People' author Ben Tarnoff about why antitrust isn't enough, and whether profit motive is the root of all of Big Tech's problems."
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The Atlantic: Dad Rage and the Modern Father's Identity Crisis.
The Atlantic: Dad Rage and the Modern Father's Identity Crisis.
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>"In an attempt to win votes, Denmark’s major parties have mainstreamed far-right ideas and stoked a reactionary political climate in the country. The result: right-wing extremists have been emboldened to terrorize minorities and attack _...Read More_
>"In an attempt to win votes, Denmark’s major parties have mainstreamed far-right ideas and stoked a reactionary political climate in the country. The result: right-wing extremists have been emboldened to terrorize minorities and attack _...Read More_
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"We can’t say Laurie Penny didn’t warn us. Last week, the journalist complained that she’d “been trying to warn ‘Gender Critical’ feminists for years that their…"
"We can’t say Laurie Penny didn’t warn us. Last week, the journalist complained that she’d “been trying to warn ‘Gender Critical’ feminists for years that their…"
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"IN 1935, W. E. B. Du Bois published Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, 1860–1880. Coming in at just under eight hundred pages, _...Read More_
"IN 1935, W. E. B. Du Bois published Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, 1860–1880. Coming in at just under eight hundred pages, _...Read More_
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>"I faced Russia’s wrath for my TV series, Occupied. The Kremlin knows art can tell the truth about war – and it fears that, says crime writer Jo Nesbø"
>"I faced Russia’s wrath for my TV series, Occupied. The Kremlin knows art can tell the truth about war – and it fears that, says crime writer Jo Nesbø"