Tag: tech learning collective
Imaginando un ciberfuturo optimista
Tech Learning Collective. Artículo original: Imagining an Optimistic Cyber-Future de 5 de enero de 2021. Traducido al español por Camila Figueroa. Violeta ha sido coautora de este artículo. Dominar la mayoría de las cosas que hace el ser humano requiere toda una vida de práctica. La carpintería, la jardinería y la pintura son algunos de…
Imagining an Optimistic Cyber-Future
[Hear an in-depth discussion on this article and its topics in this and this episode of The Enragés] Mastering most things humans do requires lifetimes of practice. Woodworking, gardening, and painting are just a few crafts whose histories stretch back thousands of years. But modern telecommunication, the act of communicating nearly instantaneously with someone from afar,…
Riprendere Internet Creando internet con la Minuscola
Tech Learning Collective. Originale: How we can win back the Internet by creating lowercase internets, 11 novembre 2020. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Ad aprile del 2001, cinque mesi prima dell’undici settembre, Bram Cohen mise a punto un protocollo di condivisione dei file che, di per sé, cambiò l’industria discografica, televisiva e cinematografica del ventennio seguente….
Como podemos reconquistar a Internet criando internets em letra minúscula
Tech Learning Collective. Original: How we can win back the Internet by creating lowercase internets. Traduzido para o português por Iann Zorkot. Em abril de 2001, cinco meses antes do 11 de setembro, Bram Cohen começou a projetar um novo protocolo de compartilhamento de arquivos que mudaria quase sozinho a face das indústrias de música,…
We have only four years to prevent a fascist USA: Here’s what we need to do now
Trump lost. Last weekend we celebrated the electoral defeat of a US president undeniably behaving as an openly fascist dictator. Yet we must remember that elections are for choosing the targets of our political pressure, not for choosing our saviors. Only we the people, not the president-elect, can meaningfully bring that pressure to bear. The…
How we can win back the Internet by creating lowercase internets
In April 2001, five months before 9/11, Bram Cohen began designing a new file sharing protocol that would almost single-handedly change the face of the music, TV, and movie industries for the next two decades. The technology was not in itself a completely new idea. After all, similar technologies like the well-known File Transfer Protocol…
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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory