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Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Protest and persist: why giving up hope is not an option | World news | The Guardian

Hope is a belief that what we do might matter, an understanding that the future is not yet written.

Rebecca Solnit’s piece reminded me of something I mentioned a couple of year’s back when I referred to Margaret Atwood’s phrase “judicious hope”:

Hope sounds like such a wishy-washy word, like “faith” or “belief”, but it carries with it a seed of resistance. Hope, faith, and belief all carry connotations of optimism, but where faith and belief sound passive, even downright complacent, hope carries the promise of action.

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Why No Time?

A single-serving website expressing the frustration and bewilderment at Hixie’s unilateral decision to drop the time element from HTML.

Friday, December 10th, 2010

New Statesman - Inside the Parliament Square kettle

A well-written account of a disgraceful situation. "We all go down together, horses looming above us, baton blows still coming down on our heads and shoulders. I am genuinely afraid that I might be about to die, and begin to thumb in my parents' mobile numbers on my phone to send them a message of love."

Friday, January 1st, 2010

Techno-utopian fail - The National Newspaper

Don't be too proud of this technological terror you have created.

Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

Monday, February 11th, 2008

deathboy: anonymous vs scientology

An account of an anti-scientology protest in London that used memes as weapons: rickrolling, "the cake is a lie", you name it... and all while wearing V masks. In short, teh awesum.