James talks about his latest project, The Right To Flight.
For some reason, this article on domestic drones is illustrated with a picture of me.
I appear to have become the poster child for terrible business models. Fair enough.
How to think about drones—an in-depth and fairly balanced article by Mark Bowden on drone strikes and the politics behind them.
In the long run, careful adherence to the law matters more than eliminating another bad actor. Greater prudence and transparency are not just morally and legally essential, they are in our long-term interest, because the strikes themselves feed the anti-drone narrative, and inspire the kind of random, small-scale terror attacks that are bin Laden’s despicable legacy.
James gets profiled in Vanity Fair …which is, frankly, kind of weird.
It’s also so bizarre to read about his SXSW New Aesthetic panel as being such a pivotal moment: there weren’t that many of us in the room.
This powerful timeline illustrates how drone attacks have increased dramatically under Obama’s administration.
A new project from James, keeping track of the sites of illegal drone strikes.