A Commonspace Oddity 2001
A decentralized web would give power back to the people online Link
A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace Link
AT&T, Verizon launch competing network cores for public safety Link
Could local news driven by residents who pay fees in a special service district…work? Link
Encouraging individual sovereignty and a healthy commons Link
Everyone seems to hate online reader comments. Here?s why I treasure them. Link
Facebook's Fight Against Fake News Was Undercut by Fear of Conservative Backlash Link
Five years after Google conquered and abandoned RSS, the news-reader ecosystem is showing green shoots Link
Google Has Quietly Dropped Ban on Personally Identifiable Web Tracking - ProPublica Link
How Facebook Is Killing Comedy Link
How Mesh Networks Can Bridge the Digital Divide – Next City Link
How To Design A Civil Internet Link
How to Fix Facebook—Before It Fixes Us Link
Last blog standing, “last guy dancing”: How Jason Kottke is thinking about kottke.org at 20 Link
MailChimp and the Un-Silicon Valley Way to Make It as a Start-Up Link
Motherboard & VICE Are Building a Community Internet Network Link
Now More Than 750 Community Internet Networks Link
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This hyperlocal news site in San Francisco is reinventing itself with an automated local news wire Link
Thread: Finally, a mesh protocol that works! Link
U.S. authority over Internet IP addresses ends with contract expiration Link
Yesterday's Internet Isn't Good Enough for Tomorrow's Cities Link