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Newsletter #160: How Protest Gear Information Spreads

Hello Recompilers, Some of the editors of Recompiler (not me, I'm just a newsletter-writer) have started a blog to track the Portland protests and it's one of the best resources I've seen to keep up with what's going on, with timelines of each night and a roundup of news. Reading: Bias can't be written out … Continue reading Newsletter #160: How Protest Gear Information Spreads

Newsletter #159: Facebook Has Banned Many Anarchist Publishers

Hello Recompilers, Some of the editors of Recompiler (not me, I'm just a newsletter-writer) have started a blog to track the Portland protests and it's one of the best resources I've seen to keep up with what's going on, with timelines of each night and a roundup of news. Reading: This week Facebook changed its … Continue reading Newsletter #159: Facebook Has Banned Many Anarchist Publishers

Newsletter #157: Leaf Blowers and Umbrellas against the Police State

Hello Recompilers, Some of the editors of Recompiler (not me, I'm just a newsletter-writer) have started a blog to track the Portland protests and it's one of the best resources I've seen to keep up with what's going on, with timelines of each night and a roundup of news. In other news I can't find … Continue reading Newsletter #157: Leaf Blowers and Umbrellas against the Police State

Newsletter #156: What They See When They Spy On Us

Hello Recompilers, Some of the editors of Recompiler (not me, I'm just a newsletter-writer) have started a blog to track the Portland protests and it's one of the best resources I've seen to keep up with what's going on, with timelines of each night and a roundup of news. Reading: Journalists at Motherboard were able … Continue reading Newsletter #156: What They See When They Spy On Us

Newsletter #154: The Great Verified Hacks

Hello Recompilers, I can't be the only one who feels like time has lost a lot of meaning. So much happens in a week, yet nothing seems to change. If you haven't yet, check out Recompiler's Reasons and Strategies for Avoiding Obsolete Terms, which lays out exactly why and how to replace "master/slave" in programming … Continue reading Newsletter #154: The Great Verified Hacks

Newsletter #152: Who Is Spying On These Protests?

Hello Recompilers, Last week I scaled the side of my house to put up a new antenna, and my rural internet is all the richer for it. Now it's even easier to doomscroll my way through the slow apocalypse! If you haven't yet, check out Recompiler's Reasons and Strategies for Avoiding Obsolete Terms, which lays … Continue reading Newsletter #152: Who Is Spying On These Protests?

Newsletter #151: Police, Prisons… Big Tech?

Hello Recompilers, As June comes to a close, the pandemic is ramping up in the United States even as it begins to wane throughout much of the rest of the world, and a lot of us here are looking enviously at countries with socialized healthcare and reasonable cultural ideas around social responsibility and science. Yet … Continue reading Newsletter #151: Police, Prisons… Big Tech?