Monthly Archives: March 2015

On The Road

I recently had the chance to leave the mean-spirited, chilly early spring of the Midwest for a little work trip to the tropical clime of Gulf-adjacent Texas. It was a good trip, and an exhausting trip, and well worth my … Continue reading

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A Few More Thoughts On The Random Darknet Shopper

For those interested in following up what happened to the case I talked about in a previous post, here’s a little update from the artists that I probably should have tacked on to the original piece (it was getting loooong, so … Continue reading

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Rough and Ready

[Warning: Extra-Narcissistic And Totally Shameless Self-Promotion Follows.] So, yeah. I made a thing. It is a CD single. Achievement Unlocked! Actually, because I am not Beck, it is more accurate to say that We Made A Thing. “We” includes Josh … Continue reading

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Open Education, Privacy, Technology (A Promissory Note)

This month has, so far, not been especially time-friendly for me. I have so many things to do, so many things to think about…argh! No time to post! I really, really want to write about the amazing discussion going on at … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Describe My Travel Day Yesterday

1. The Myth of Sisyphus 2. Tantalus’ punishment in the realm of Hades. 3. Kafka’s collected works 4. The wacky bureaucratic bit that was totally the best part of Jupiter Ascending 5. Every appearance by Vogons in the works of Douglas Adams 6. That … Continue reading

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The Artists, The Bot, and the Darknet

One of the interesting challenges facing a grand vision like Luciano Floridi’s Philosophy of Information (PI) and Information Ethics (IE) at the current stage in the development of his larger project, at least as I see it, is the problem … Continue reading

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