One of the geeks involved with a radical tech collective discussed in my post on alternative web hosting, Evan from protest.net, has a nice blog called, appropriately enough, “Anarchogeek.” It focuses on his web design/development work, and seems to be somewhat moribund, or at least low energy, but it’s got a nice, simple, elegant design and his post on cookie-cutter web pages is particularly worth reading. I really, really, really love the logo… I want it on a t-shirt.
- Stalin, Industrialization, WWII
- Return of the Bumbling Op
- Twitter, Feminists, (M)Anarchists… and the problem of open discussion [updated]
- This is why we can’t have nice stuff—Ashley Judd edition
- Generation Serf, part 1
- Digital Sweatshop: Web Content Editors
- Sweden Wants Your Trash
- I wonder what it will take for my city to rise
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- Innovations to make future cities far more livable?
- 60s 70s advertising Afghanistan Africa African American aid Anarchism architecture art Australia bicycles books Canada cartoons children civil rights climate change conspiracy consumerism cool corporations critical media literacy direct action downloads economics economy election energy Europe event feminism financial crisis food France fundamentalists Greece hacktivism hate groups health history humor IMF/World Bank immigration Internet labor Middle East military Music news coverage Northern Ireland nuclear weapons Obama Occupy OWS Politics privacy protests racism radical right Research riot San Francisco school science fiction situationist sports stuff technology television terrorism transportation Twitter UK UN
What I’m reading…