How Humans Will Bring the Internet to Space
In the future, orbiters, rovers, deep space probes, and even human space habitats will be nodes on the internet of things.
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Mark Hamill Got into a Fight with Ted Cruz over Net Neutrality
Going to war with the actor who plays Luke Skywalker didn't turn out too well for the Texas senator.
10 Infuriating GIFs Foreshadow a World Without Net Neutrality
Without your help, the entire internet will be as frustrating as this article.
There Go Your Rights: 2014 Was A Shit Year for Copyright Laws, Privacy, and Net Neutrality
We explore what tech laws and regulations made last year painful for listeners and artists alike.
One Senator Proves ISPs Still Don't Give a Fuck About You
Another session of congress ends with a significant revelation for all Internet users, especially those in the music community.
Troma's Lloyd Kaufman Doesn't 'Get' Hollywood Blockbusters
I talked to the grandmaster of trash about the art of auteur filmmaking and why he finds films like Lord of the Rings such a bore.
Did New Yorkers Just Start a Left-Wing Democratic Party Insurgency?
Defeat, inspiration, and optimism at Zephyr Teachout's election-night party.
Why Are Most of New York's Women's Equality Party Candidates Men?
Because it's a sham orchestrated by corrupt politicians.
Trolls Paid by a Telecom Lobbying Firm Keep Commenting on My Net Neutrality Articles
Have you ever read the comment section of a blog post or news article and thought, Damn, these trolls must be paid by someone? When it comes to enemies of a free and open internet, at least, they really are.
We Talked to Tim Wu About Net Neutrality and Taking on Corrupt Politicians
It's not very often that you get to vote for the smartest person in the room, but Tim Wu is making it easy on New Yorkers.
Net Neutrality Kabuki Theater: How Cable Companies Dominate the Debate
The comment period for the public to weigh in on an open internet ends today. But has the telecom industry already won?
A Harvard Professor Is Crowdfunding a Super PAC to Save Democracy from Money
Larry Lessig is trying to raise $12 million in order to win some elections and prove that radical campaign finance reform is possible and necessary.