March 31, 2020 / Cory Doctorow / News. I’ve got a old-fashioned link-blog, Pluralistic, where I post a daily list of links with commentary and analysis.If you’d prefer to get it as a newsletter, you can subcribe to the Plura-list.

About Cory Doctorow | Flickr NOTE: Please don't send me email or Flickrmail asking if you can use my photos. They're pretty much all licensed Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike, and that's all the permission you need. I don't answer additional requests for permission, because it's just a waste of everyone's time and it undermines the value of Creative Commons licenses. Cory Doctorow: why personal data is like nuclear waste Cory Doctorow: why personal data is like nuclear waste | Technology | (((That’s a really good metaphor, actually. Except I’d have to extend it to MY OWN personally generated

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Cory Doctorow: Roomware | Icon Magazine Cory Doctorow: Roomware. Features. 21.12.09. 0. SHARES. Facebook Twitter. Tjan was in the condo when she got home and he spotted her from the balcony, where he’d been sunning himself and helped her bring up her suitcases of things she couldn’t bear to put in storage. In Real Life by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang - NOW Magazine

Apr 25, 2017 · Doctorow (Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free, 2014, etc.) offers a counterintuitive alternate (possible?) future in this gritty yet hopeful sci-fi epic.Inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s A Paradise Built in Hell (2009), Doctorow offers meticulous worldbuilding and philosophizing about how the world just around the corner might be.

Oct 29, 2018 · As Cory Doctorow has noted, he intended walkaway society’s discouragement of work ethic and reputation-scoring as a deliberate contrast to the Bitchun Society of Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom, where a reputational mechanism (“whuffie”) was used to allocate scarce goods like personal attention, preferred locations, etc. As explained by CORY DOCTOROW is special consultant to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an MIT Media Lab Research Associate and a visiting professor of Computer Science at the Open University. His award-winning novel Little Brother and its sequel Homeland were a New York Times bestsellers. Born and raised in Canada, he lives in Los Angeles.