It’s Friday, so that means five more propaganda images over at Google Photos. Use them as you see fit in order to spark the achievement of a new and better world. See ya next week!
A good article in The Guardian about a letter issued to Pres. Obama and other political leaders from AOL, Twitter, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple and LinkedIn regarding the halting of the NSA’s bulk collection of personal internet data. The piece covers many interesting points.
A good piece in the NYT by Eli Douardo from George Mason University who explains that the possibilities surrounding open software and hardware may be a good first step in preventing internet spying by the NSA and other government institutions.
A great article in the NYT about how in Kansas City, Kan., the poor area of town is being denied high-speed internet access due to a lack of money, understanding of the service, and various other reasons that would affect the effort in any mostly black, urban center across this nation.
But in the east-end of K.C., there are drives of various sorts and grants provided for users organized by local citizens and leaders with Google in the community. These drives are the best way to get access to recent technology to the poor which could help bridge the gap between the haves and the have-nots in K.C.