Items tagged culture

The Return of the Automat

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Fostering a culture that values stability and reliability

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14 Myths About Crime We Believe (Thanks To Pop Culture)

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Breakthrough of Digital Culture: Finland accepts the Demoscene on its national UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity

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Why Do Corporations Speak the Way They Do?

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Less Human Than Human: The Design Philosophy of Steve Jobs

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How a Cooling Vest Invented by a Furry Made Its Way Into the U.S. Military

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Objective or Biased

On the questionable use of Artificial Intelligence for job applications

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Home Taping Is Killing Music: When the Music Industry Waged War on the Cassette Tape in the 1980s, and Punk Bands Fought Back

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The European Copyright Directive: What Is It, and Why Has It Drawn More Controversy Than Any Other Directive In EU History?

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Cory Doctorow: Terra Nullius

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This Man Bought a Far-Right Group’s Domain and Made a Furry Dating Site

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Ringing in the New Year with new public domain content

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A History of Creativity

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The idea of intellectual property is nonsensical and pernicious

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Les eurodéputés cèdent aux illusions sur le droit d'auteur

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When the far right targets books, it should ring alarm bells for us all

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So, about this Googler’s manifesto.

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How to spot Real vs. Fake corporate support for the LGBTQIA+ community

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How Apple Is Giving Design A Bad Name

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Selling Out and the Death of Hacker Culture

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lcamtuf's blog: On journeys

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Barack Obama just became the first US president to write a computer program

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Romeo and Juliet Has No Balcony

Shakespeare didn't even know what a balcony was—so how did one end in his most famous scene?

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Lutte anti-copie : Mémoriser ce livre est interdit

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Snooty Snobs Should Shut Up

On reading YA books as an adult.

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In Toronto with the world’s feminist pornographers

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Domaine public: Le Petit Grince, ou le brevet sur l'astéroïde B612

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Crimea's Attorney General Spawns Anime Fan Art

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What You Learn About Tech From Watching All 456 Law & Order Episodes

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Thanksgiving news: How the U.S. media would cover Thanksgiving if it were in another country.

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Fool Me 16,380 Times, Shame on Me

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Decades of books have vanished because of US copyright protections

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McDonald's closing all restaurants in Bolivia as nation rejects fast food

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How the internet is kickstarting a teen poetry revolution

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Sparks will fly

Infatuated by celebrity, stuck in dreary work, addicted to consumerism. Only a creator culture can save us

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57% of American teenagers are media makers

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On Artifacts Future and Past

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Why Copyright & Patent Laws Go Against How We Create

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The Self-Attribution Fallacy

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Why Do So Many Designs or Products Look The Same?

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A visit to the electronics markets of Shenzhen

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A Palindromic Message from the Lost Generation

Jonathan Reed is a 20-something native of Atlanta and a student at Columbia College in Chicago, and he wrote the palindrome below about himself and his peers, the so-called Lost Generation. As depressing as it is when you read it as written, it is just as uplifting in reverse. To reverse it, read line by line from the bottom up.

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