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He may be the "nerdiest protester ever" as Fail Blog says, but this guy just won't take Apple's corporate anti-hacker spirit lying down.
Scotland Yard has arrested a 19 year old they believe in "Topiary," one of the leaders of the hacktivist group Lulzsec. No doubt he will be avenged.
The fantastic DIY site Hack-a-Day is trying to do some house cleaning, a great lesson for sites with unreasonably trollish commenters.
British publisher SF Gateway will use ebook technology to rerelease out-of-print classic science-fiction books. I wonder if any of those books predict the coming of ebooks?
In Egypt's Tahrir Square, the people need to coordinate supplies, check out how they're using Twitter tags to make it easier.
Check out Social Capital Markets, a multi-platform organization dedicated to "a new kind of capitalism" based on social good.
DIY dice. You'll never have to buy another copy of Monopoly just for the dice ever again.
The collaborative art/film/music production site HitRecord is set to relase its first compliation is September, half the profits will go to the artists who worked together to make it possible.
- Speaking of massive art collaborations, Improv Everywhere but on the eighth "MP3 experiment." What is the experiment? Click to find out.
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