A biblical short story from Adam Roberts.
Brilliant! Although it’s kind of like shooting fish in a barrel to make a Markov chain out of someone whose entire output is already one big Markov chain.
Adam Curtis: the Banksy of documentaries.
Adam Curtis usually just pours forth apopheniac ramblings, but this is a really great collection of pieces from the archive on the history of incompetence in the spying world.
Y’know, the best explanation I’ve heard so far of the NSA and GCHQ’s sinister overreaching powers is simply that they need to come up with bigger and bigger programmes to justify getting bigger and bigger budgets. Hanlon’s Law, Occam’s Razor, and all that.
Pitch-perfect parody of Adam Curtis’s particular style of documentary guff.
On Public Objects: Connected Things And Civic Responsibilities In The Networked City.
Thoughts for an eleventh September: Alvin Toffler, Hirohito, Sarah Palin « Adam Greenfield’s Speedbird
I should be depressed and dispirited after reading this, but the sheer quality of the writing gives me hope.
Cam's latest experiment is insane but brilliant ...sort of like Cam himself.
Cameron's plea for social network transparency and portability is one of the most lucid and succinct yet.
Adam Greenfield encapsulates his ideas from Everyware for the audience at the LIFT conference earlier this year.
Apparently I look like Lee Harvey Oswald and Keanu Reeves. Whoa! Cameron Adams, on the other hand, looks like a bunch of girls (a bunch of hot girls, admittedly).
Scott Adams lost the ability to speak but by hacking his brain through the use of rhyme, regained it again. Paging Dr. Sachs, paging Dr. Pinker.
Cameron shares his thoughts on Ajax, Hijax, libraries and having fun.
Spot the anachronism from the forthcoming movie, Good Night And Good Luck.