1. Expert Failure

    lawyers learning from scientists

  2. Programmer Power

    prying open “software freedom”

  3. Threat Rhetoric

    narrative error in policing

  4. Anything to Everyone

    “defund the police” through the lens of “open source”

  5. Narrative Error

    that’s my hero story, and I’m sticking to it

  6. Facing the Choir

    reading and hearing American police unions

  7. Oakland Police Commission

    money, gas, rubber, and “fuck”

  8. The March in Oakland

    a flyover, firsthand account of rally and march

  9. Not Not Political

    if software matters, it’s already political

  10. Untangling Tech Merit and Tech Privilege

    section 230 is but one kind of subsidy

  11. Reduce, Reuse, Reconsider

    if you wish to make a great hacker from scratch, let them reimplement the universe

  12. Scratch Other People’s Itches

    achieve more meaning and feel less alone

  13. The Main Event

    Amazon versus Startups and the New York Times

  14. Venture Capital Shill

    scapegoating free software’s failures

  15. Heather Meeker on “Ethos Licensing”

    free and open is ethos licensing, too

  16. Our Ethics, Not Yours

    in defense of Seth Vargo and morality-first licenses