The Cyberunions Podcast – Episode 23: Union busting scumbag bastards
Download MP3 Download high quality OGG Download low quality OGG 0:37 Stephen’s updates Stephen is still involved in the Occupy Boston tech group Occupy has dropped Google for Mayfirst for email and server hosting – secure hosting for activists Stephen has been weeding out trolls and spammers from #OccupyBoston on IRC He is learning about […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast – Episode 22: ‘Mon the Dragon!
“This is not heaven, and we are not angels” Download MP3 Download OGG 0:54 Stephen’s updates Stephen has been at Occupy Boston There was a stand off between the Occupy movement and the Boston police Stephen manages to avoid getting arrested, so he was able to record this show The police attacked Veterans for Peace […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast – Episode Twenty One: Organise, Network, Occupy!
Organise, Network, Occupy! Download MP3 Download OGG 0:30 Walton and Stephen’s updates Stephen visits Occupy Boston Coalition of Resistance in Glasgow had a teleconference with Occupy Wall Street Occupy Manchester and People First in Glasgow The Occupy movement is more than just a march – it’s opening political space The unions have come on board too […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast – Episode Twenty: CRM-The Tech Tools to put your Organisational Theory into Practice
Download MP3 Download OGG 0:30 Stephen keeps us waiting by breaking his computer Stephen’s distro hopping addiction causes chaos Stephen likes Trisquel but couldn’t get it to work seamlessly Moral of the story – don’t experiment on a production machine 2:40 Stephen makes the news He gets ranting with some racist politicians Anti-immigrant rhetoric has […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast: Episode Nineteen – Swarming between bureaucratic inertia and the tyranny of structurelessness
Swarming between bureaucratic inertia and the tyranny of structurelessness Download MP3 Download OGG 0:35 Stephen’s updates Stephen erases last weeks fail and installs Linux on some old hardware Installed Crunchbang on an old HP Chakra Linux might be worth a look Walton commits himself to software good practice Stephen fixes the cyberunions mobile site – […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast: Episode Eighteen – The Long and Unconventional History of Industrial Action
The Long and Unconventional History of Industrial Action Download MP3 Download OGG 0:39 Walton’s impressed with the site stats Thanks for your visits! We’re set to run out of bandwidth again Some interesting subreddits have been directing traffic to cyberunions Check out r/HackBloc, r/AnarchistNews and r/Cyberunions Our audience is split – one third use FOSS […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast: Episode Seventeen – Building an international comradeship of cyber cadre!
Building an international comradeship of cyber cadre! Download MP3 Download OGG Today is the anniversary of the death of Steve Biko. 00:39 Stephen’s updates Video editing using OpenShot and Blender Blender rocks! There’s a learning curve, but it’s worth it Got a lot of assistance from a fellow listener Julien who is also working on […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Podcast: Episode Sixteen
Solidaridad sin Fronteras Download MP3 Download OGG 0:49 Stephen’s Updates Still using Vanillux GNU/Linux Having some audio issues with alsamixer and pulseaudio Also trying to find good FOSS software that tracks and bills a computer for a cyber cafe – any suggesttons? 2:30 Walton’s Updates Dealing with immigration issues Took the Life in the UK […]Continue reading
The Cyberunions Talk Show: Episode Fifteen
Someone on the Internet is Wrong Download MP3 Download OGG 0:42 Walton’s On Holiday Walton goes off the grid He gets the time to read books we talk about one later 2:01 Stephen tries to Hold the Fort Stephen couldn’t harass Walton as he was off the grid While Walton was away Stephen changed up […]Continue reading
Labor Movement’s Role in Elections
It’s almost September, and campaigns (and fundraising) for the next election cycle are well on their way. One thing that we’ve learned in the past eight months is that a lot can change in a short period of time. For me, two phenomena come to mind: the Arab Spring and One Wisconsin. Contrary to the […]Continue reading