Monthly Archives: August 2011

Andy

August 31, 2011

A Victory for Recording in Public! | Citizen Media Law Project

First Circuit Court reaffirms the First Amendment right to record the actions of police in public. "[A] citizen's right to film government officials- including law enforcement officers- in the discharge of their duties in a public space is a basic- vital- and well-established liberty safeguarded by the First Amendment."

A Victory for Recording in Public! | Citizen Media Law Project

Andy

August 31, 2011

The Pact is Back!

Whew! We just relaunched our Company-Customer Pact. This is pretty much the 'founding document' of the company.

The Pact is Back!

Andy

August 20, 2011

Marcus Chown on 10 Bonkers Things About the Universe

The light coming out of the sun is 30-000 years old. And other mind-blowing facts.

Marcus Chown on 10 Bonkers Things About the Universe

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Andy

August 18, 2011

Notruf-Deutschland

Absolute stunning use of the Facebook API and blending personal assets into a narrative. Here's mine http://www.notruf-deutschland.com/?id=YkjtkQ0Y+DEzVwep51Z1 – generate your own at http://www.notruf-deutschland.com/ (you'll have to sign-in with your Facebook profile)

Notruf-Deutschland

Andy

August 18, 2011

MassageByHeather.com Blog Newsletter on Massage Therapy

My sister's newsletter for her massage practice is pretty badass. You should subscribe to get videos and articles about massage and wellness. If you're in the Louisvillle- KY area you should give her a ring setup your first appointment today.

MassageByHeather.com Blog Newsletter on Massage Therapy

Join my blog newsletter for twice monthly emails with videos- articles about massage and wellness and more.

Andy

August 17, 2011

Association of Black Women Historians on 'The Help'

'Despite efforts to market the book and the film as a progressive story of triumph over racial injustice- The Help distorts- ignores- and trivializes the experiences of black domestic workers. We are specifically concerned about the representations of black life and the lack of attention given to sexual harassment and civil rights activism.'

Association of Black Women Historians on 'The Help'

Andy

August 17, 2011

How Did BART Kill Cellphone Service?: Scientific American

So after days of uproar it turns out the BART had turned off the wifi that runs in the tunnels *not* the above ground cell towers. BART owns the network underground and has an outside vendor supply connectivity. Their PR team should be fired for letting this get so completely out of hand and for not immediately correcting the reports.

How Did BART Kill Cellphone Service?: Scientific American

The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit system initially claimed a phone service shut-down was performed by telecoms- but that's not the latest story