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Book Review: ‘Let’s Start a Pussy Riot’ – Curator Emely New, Edited by Jade French in collaboration with Pussy Riot

Feminist protesters marched by security out of Moscow cathedral for offensive performance

More than just a book about feminism, this is an expression of support for everyone who has the courage to stand up and be heard. Read More »

Comic-Con International 2012 Report, Part 3

Looking for something unique that you might never discover in years of trolling the Internet. Read More »

Comic-Con International 2012 Report, Part 1

Exploring some of the fringe elements of the Con. Read More »

Why Deep Packet Inspection Is(n’t) Being Talked About

A deeper look into the technology which has divided opinions in the technology world Read More »

The Day the Web Went Dark

Reddit and Wikipedia shut down their sites in protest to the proposed SOPA and PIPA legislation in Congress. Read More »

House Judiciary Online Piracy Hearings Frightening

House Judiciary Committee meets to discuss SOPA, collectively admit they don't know enough, and continue anyway. Read More »

Book Review and Interview: Book of Mercy by Sherry Roberts

Lovers of the written word unite: Book of Mercy tackles censorship in small-town America Read More »

Tinariwen Denied Visas to Enter Canada

Banning one of the biggest international acts from entry into Canada may mark the beginning of a big artistic chill under Steven Harper's Conservation government. Read More »

Of Mice and Men and Other Things

No philosophy of political or social institutions can be complete without articulating the philosophy of the subject. In what follows, I hope to rectify this shortcoming. Read More »

Book Review: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

Everyone should read this novel about a dystopian society: it's a warning for all who don't think for themselves. Read More »