Tag Archives: zeitgeist

Bradley Manning // Oh say, can you see freedom, by the dawn’s early light?

Key source: Bradley Manning offers partial guilty plea in WikiLeaks case http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/nov/08/bradley-manning-wikileaks-responsibility-trial This isn’t going to be an in-depth look into the build-up of Bradley Manning’s arrest or conviction. Nor will it be a fact file or record of the information that he has been accused of supplying to WikiLeaks; a record including, but not […]

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File Sharing // Is it pride or profit? The reluctance to share… Please, go ahead and define “liberty”.

Key source: US judge orders piracy trial to test IP evidence  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19887765 Let’s answer that question, shall we? Liberty is something that humans will always strive for because an ‘unwarped’ mind – a mind that comprehends the immediate flaws in Kim Il-sung’s eternal, post-death presidency over the *cough* “Democratic” *cough* “People’s” *cough* “Republic” of Korea […]

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Letters From Two Frontlines: Conversations with Graham Wright of Man Against The State

The great global conversation humanity has to have in order to advance itself, share its knowledge, its experience and its ideas, is a ridiculously recent invention. In fact, if we are to consider the worldwide access to information, whether in the form of the internet, phone or libraries, we can firmly say that the conversation […]

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