Matthew Ingram at Columbia Journalism Review has some provocative and interesting ideas here. My initial reaction: Technology has to make it easy for people to communicate with each other while still having control over their lives (online and off). It all starts with free/open source software.
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The other day, I mentioned a problem to an acquaintance. For the purposes of this story, let’s call my acquaintance Sesquipedalian, “characterized by long words; long-winded.” Ple…
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