I'm a tech worker building radical systems from the bottom up.
I'm always down to talk about:
This is one of the most meaningful and thought-provoking pieces I've ever read.
Fuck Trump. I'll be out protesting at 5 PM tonight. Anyone else?
Oops, I tried to make a line break but it send the post. No good.
Anyway, find me on Scuttlebutt or shoot me an email. Otherwise, I'll keep my fingers crossed that my account still exists in a few weeks.
Radical Networks Call for Proposals
From mass surveillance to the over-commercialization of the World Wide Web, the concept of a free and open Internet is continously threatened by corporate interests and over-reaching governments. Radical Networks is a festival and a conference, designed to foster critical discussions around these issues and to create opportunities to learn more about policy, DIY networking and the future of the Internet
Submissions due by 31 July
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"Portland Police are already arresting an astounding number of homeless people multiple times each year. Homeless people make up less than 3 percent of the city’s population, even by the largest estimates, and yet they accounted for more than half of arrests by Portland Police last year, and 86 percent of those were for low-level offenses..."
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I'm consistently blocking more than 50% and I've only had a few snags (worth it).
This is why the work @firstname.lastname@example.org started a few years back is so important.
“When people are expected to work on open source for free, only the people who can afford to work for free can participate.” - @fperez_org (via @tracykteal) #SciPy2018
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