Cyberunions Episode 89 : This Podcast Kills Fascists
Download Ogg Ogg lite mp3 Torrent Intro 0:50 Walton is not in Scotland anymore… 1:20 Why would we ever bring this podcast back? 1:27 A terrible thing happened in the world 2:00 Beard scratching the mic 2:13 Shit is shitty on this side of the pond 2:37 Before jumping into the election how did Walton […]Continue reading
Wikileaks, crypto-anarchy and the politics of information freedom
The fact that hackers have been drawn to libertarianism is largely due to the absolute failure of the left to understand where the class line runs through the information wars.Continue reading
Worship the Glitch
It’s a feature, not a bug If you’ve watched an ad for fibre optic broadband or the latest iPhone, you’d be forgiven for thinking that by parting with a (fairly substantial) splodge of wonga, you’ll soon be immersed in a brave new techno-utopia. In reality, the experience is rarely as seamless as it is meant to be. […]Continue reading
Are FOSS and Creative Commons important for unions?
“The new order is predicated upon open access, decentralized participation, and cheap and easy sharing.” (David Bollier) The Commons Movement is a political, ecological and cultural movement to reclaim the Commons. Its central principle is that the resources of the earth – the Commons – are the collective responsibility and property of all. This includes […]Continue reading