Link Loving 02.03.11
March 2, 2011 § Leave a comment
- If you haven’t yet read George Monbiot’s piece on online astroturfing, it really is worth it.
Gluttony dressed up as foodie-ism is still gluttony. Great piece in the Atlantic by B. R. Myers.
- Surreal. What corporations can learn about social media from the revolutions in the middle east. Peter Cohan.
- This month’s edition of Adbusters looks good. Really good.
- What science fiction got wrong – instead of a revolution in energy, we’ve had a revolution in information.
- Judith Butler on how discourse creates homosexuality.
- After last weekend’s reading group on Latin American social movements, it’s exciting to see Chilean activists use social media to fight an enormous coal mine.
- Why are experts so bad at making predictions? Michael Shermer in the Scientific American.
- Headline: Monsanto agrees to clean up toxic chemicals in South Wales quarry. Small print: Tax payers still footing a £2 million bill.