Some Sunday morning reading to share.
The New York Times and others have a fascinating article that takes us Inside a terrorist’s interrogation. How and why do we see articles like this? I’m not saying I don’t prefer the transparency, but what is the real reason behind this being published now?
The Saudi’s are going to increase oil production. Great. Doesn’t solve the problem. And now we have the great Iraqi Oil Rush coming. Are we all just getting used to being raped every time you fill up at the pump? While the powers that be continue to play games with our lives, this current crisis has the potential to screw us forever.
Hugh MacLeod on 10 Things I Hate About Web 2.0.
Surprise/no surprise: Internet addiction is now a clinical disorder, according to some.
The MPAA says it shouldn’t have to produce evidence in order to convict pirates. I agree, in the context that we don’t need evidence to judge that the MPAA and the RIAA and their ilk have taken their form of piracy to new heights. Or is that lows?
A Russian city builds a statue to celebrate enemas. I shit you not.
Steve Gillmor keeps throwing darts at the FriendFeed vs Twitter debate.
Eve Ensler on The Condi Monologues. She’s right we do live in bad theatre these days and the casting sucks.