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Give It Away, Give It Away, Give It Away Now | A Noteworthy Year
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:53 am EST, Dec 19, 2009

This is not my home.

Much of the daily material of our lives is now dematerialized and outsourced to a far-flung, unseen network.

The "naked transparency movement" is not going to inspire change. It will simply push any faith in our political system over the cliff.

In many Amazonian languages, when you say something you have to specify, with a suffix, where you got the information.

More than half of respondents said government should be "wholly" or "very" responsible for protecting an individual's online privacy.

We have to look at today's economy and say, "What is it that's really scarce in the Internet economy?" And the answer is attention.

Authenticity is a snark -- although someone will always go hunting for it.



 
 
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