IIW. Coming up. Be there. Make it yours.
The myth of interference is a great 2003 piece in Salon by David Weinberger, starring David Reed, more relevant than ever. The good doctor also has a great summary post on the current Net Neutrality fracas.
Groundtruth and Airwaves: Sensor Networks and Emerging Technology for Environmental Journalism Symposium, April 30, 1pm – 5pm, Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, University of California, Berkeley. Via WeTheData.
On the Aereo case, currently being argued before the Supreme Court:
- Transcript of the 22 April proceedings. Wonky but essential reading if you care about the case.
- Ars Technica’s take.
- The Daily Dot’s take.
On flying solo in a silo’d world:
- Time to encrypt, by Klint Finley.
- Focusing on the Positives: Why I Have My Own Website, by Brett Slatkin.
Google Glass smells bad. Dave nails it. A sample: 1. We love technology. 2. But we want to be creative with it, not be owned by it. From my comment there: Nobody rationalizes better than a genius who won’t listen.
Climate change is the fight of our lives – yet we can hardly bear to look at it, By Naomi Klein. “Being conusmers is all we know.”
Video and/or audio of what I said yesterday will be up somewhere soon.
Used Uber for the first time, here in Santa Barbara. Smooth, easy, cheaper than a cab and a lot more fun. +1.