Two days before the launch of a global commons conference here in Hyderabad, India, drawing more than 600 people from 69 countries, a roomful of activists and scholars from across South Asia found that even in this controlled environment, unity is no. Read more »
I've been working hard on Shareable for over a year, and realized over the holidays that I need to change my work habits. One issue is that I've been spending long hours crouched over this tiny notebook computer. Read more »
With a handful of cell phone companies operating as a monopoly of the few, and the future of net neutrality on cell networks becoming increasingly uncertain, mobile networks have become one of the web’s most centralized and embattled access poi. Read more »
I’m just back from an invigorating bike ride. Nothing unusual about that.
I bike almost every afternoon—not only for exercise but for the mental lift that comes from feeling the wind in my face and blood pumping through my body. Read more »
Are snarky parody tourism videos good for more than laughs? Our friends at Good argue that this is the case, stating that viral gags like Mike Polk’s satirical 2008 look at Cleveland demonstrate that if “a city's residents spend the t. Read more »