Timothy Lee wrote on Internet-based challenges to the political scene prior to the November 2016 elections. In retrospect, his observations were particularly prescient.
This is my response to James Moore’s article, “The Second Superpower” in Extreme Democracy.
Many of us thought the Internet would level the playing field in politics, governance, publishing and any system entailing information exchange back in the late 1980s to early 1990s. Alas, I am of that age…
Dear Julia et al. Some feedback on your article… … Continue reading
With reference to David Weinberger’s exegesis, please watch…
The good coming out of Caitlin Dewey’s article on the “Facebook Fake News-Writer” is that people will be more generally aware of the problem.
Dear David: Regarding the old news post (is that a triple oxymoron or subliminal irony?)…
It’s always interesting to see, hear and read the buy-in on Bloom’s Taxonomy, and the grand ascriptions to its rather dull precepts. … Continue reading
At the intersection of the public’s rights, wants and needs to know, where does the media draw the line with respect to privacy? … Continue reading
After Superstorm Sandy, FEMA broadened flood zones to include neighborhoods previously outside mandated coastal areas. … Continue reading