I tried to post an article on my Facebook wall; the piece was a brief Boston Globe column about alternatives to the F-word when the F-word feels repetitive or obscene. I commented that readers might also enjoy a different piece (from best of Cragslist, no less) about the “c-word” and told them they could find it on my Google shared items, but did not add a link. In other words, I used no profanity nor did the Globe article. And yet, Facebook would not allow me to post it.
This is just a little something the wonderful Macon D of anti-racism blog stuff white people do allowed me to guest post over there…For those of you who may have missed it. ***** Last week, a few days after the horrific events of Fort Hood, a Marine reservist in Florida mistook a visiting Greek Orthodox […]
Rarely do I cross-post from elsewhere onto my own blog, however, this warrants widespread discussion. From the ONI blog: Whilst attending the Internet Governance Forum in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the OpenNet Initiative (along with partners of ONI Asia) gathered to present their upcoming book, Access Controlled: The Shaping of Power, Rights, and Rule in […]