Monthly Archives: August 2003

Flash Mobs and other coordination among strangers

Like many others, I’ve been following with interest the emergence of flash mobs, where many people converge on a location at a particular time then disperse. The assumptions we have about what actions strangers can undertake together are going out … Continue reading

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What should the ALA do after losing the CIPA case in supreme court?

The ALA issued a press release on July 25, outlining its response to the Supreme Court ruling upholding the CIPA requirement that public libraries install Internet filters. Helping libraries make filtering software work as well as possible for their needs … Continue reading

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