Category Archives: Net neutrality

Culture justice: a new frame for free culture

I’m at the Students for Free Culture conference, catching up with old friends — including the current leaders of Florida Free Culture, which I realized is 5 years old this month. This morning a phrase popped into my head that … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day: Celebrating women in technology

Today is Ada Lovelace Day, a day to call attention to the achievements of women in technology. Despite its stereotype as a field dominated by men, women have made significant contributions to the field of computing since its inception, back … Continue reading

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Presentation on Net neutrality in Gainesville, Fla. (late)

I failed to post an announcement in advance, but better late than never: I gave a presentation on Net neutrality on 13 November to the Association of Information Technology Professionals, North Central Florida Chapter in Gainesville, Fla. The slides are … Continue reading

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Presentation on Net neutrality at Florida Media Reform Conference

On Saturday, 6 October, I gave a presentation on Net neutrality at the Florida Media Reform Conference. The slides aren’t beautiful, but the presentation seemed to be effective. I’d thought a lot about how to present the topic. “Surely the … Continue reading

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