Weekly links for 5/9.

Here are a couple links for this week. ‘@J_Dimps,’ an 80-Year-Old Staten Island Grandmother, Is a Twitter Hit, from nytimes.com I started following her today. She’s 80 and she tweets! Teddy Wayne: Sharing on the Internet, from newyorker.com I know this has a fairly nondescript title, but this thing is hilarious!

Weekly links for 4/10.

A lot of Techdirt links this week, but the first one isn’t. SOPA Part II: New Cyber Intelligence Bill Threatens To Label Alleged Infringers As National Security Threats, from blog.experts-exchange.com This is a bit of an explination of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection act, (or CISPA,) but I have a better one. CISPA Is … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 3/27.

I was actually thinking about skipping weekly links this week, but I do have a couple links to post. ‘A Test You Need to Fail, from commondreams.org This is a teacher writing a letter to her 8th grade students about a test she was grading. How Monopolies Strangle Innovation: Record Label Demands Making Investors Nervous … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 3/13.

here are the links for this week. Interview with the Megaupload founder. This is long, but I liked it. WikiLeaks Email: Bin Laden’s Corpse Not Dumped at Sea, from antiwar.com 13 Internet Terms You Probably Didn’t Know Existed, from buzzfeed.com Time to Kill Off Captchas, from Scientific American.Of course, I definitely agree, I’m not a … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 2/28.

Here are some links for this week. WikiLeaks publishes Stratfor e-mails. What’s in them? From csmonitor.com Stratfor leak: US ‘has secret indictment’ of Julian Assange, from The register DOJ refuses to confirm Assange indictment revealed by Stratfor leak, from rawstory.com here’s the email that talks about the indictment as released, as part of the Global … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 2/21

Here are the links for this week. Privacy Score Assigns a score to websites based on how they handle tracking data. The U.N. Threat to Internet Freedom , from online.wsj.com Preschooler’s Homemade Lunch Replaced with Cafeteria “Nuggets”, from carolinajournal.com OK, I don’t have kids, (although I’ll soon be an aunt,) so I’m probably in no … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 2/7

OK, here are some links for this week. Britain’s Highest Court to take up posting realtime news on its latest judgments on Twitter, from the Washington Post. They’re going to start doing this with the judgement in the swedish extradition case. List of lists of lists This is a Wikipedia page listing all the Wikipedia … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 1/16.

Here are the links for this week. Controversial online piracy bill shelved until ‘consensus’ is found, From http://thehill.com So this basically means almost indefinitely, unless they decide to try and pass it again, but there’s still the senate version. Stopped they must be; on this all depends. From http://blog.reddit.com A week ago, Reddit announced that … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 1/2.

I’m doing a somewhat different edition of weekly links this week. I’m going to post a few of what I think are the highlights of blog 365 from last year. extra set of links. This is where I linked to wikileaks cables, I remember trying to get these together, and completely procrastinating, when I finally … [Read more…]

Weekly links for 12/11

This week, I have several articles that I’ve found interesting, so I decided to post them. On The Anniversary Of Cutting Off WikiLeaks, PayPal Slaps Christmas Charity Project, from forbes.com CATS 1, KIDS 0, from regretsy. This is the post by the administrator of the site that paypal decided to block, here’s the update post … [Read more…]