Thanks to @nathanielpopper's new article, I now know that @duckduckgo has an angel on its office, and other good things: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/15/technology/duckduckgo-private-search.html
Amy Klobuchar takes a step toward the cooperative #GreenNewDeal with a bipartisan proposal for co-op renewables funding: https://www.klobuchar.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2019/7/klobuchar-urges-passage-of-bipartisan-legislation-to-help-rural-communities-access-renewable-energy
Glad to be talking co-ops on @mcnallyterrence's podcast: https://aworldthatjustmightwork.com/2019/07/new-nathan-schneider-how-much-of-a-difference-can-co-ops-make/ grateful in particular for the challenge at the end. You decide how skillfully I evaded it.
Maybe @mayfirst should be on the librehost network? https://libreho.st/
What better way to spend a Sunday than in a radical library? Hear our latest @kgnu radio podcast on @ethicaledtech with digital librarian @erinroseglass: https://t.co/zTKg1HfOjj https://twitter.com/MEDLabBoulder/status/1145373187196297222
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