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Internet radio is dead for today; democracy, on the other hand...

Internet radio might die soon, assuming the current fees that go into place next month aren't re-evaluated.

By June 26, 2007


Why A Democracy Depends on a Free Press

A brief overview on why a free press is vital to a democracy

By June 15, 2007


Democracy 0.9.5: This player gets our vote

The latest version of the Democracy Player offers a way to watch free video content from across the whole Internet in a slick new interface. You'll never be bored at work again...

By February 22, 2007


Nintendo's new Wii channel brings social democracy to your living room

Wii's got a new channel and it lets you vote on things.

By February 14, 2007


Why I Like: Democracy Player

Pixels for the people as open source meets freedom fighters in a battle to keep video free on the Internet

By July 26, 2006


Non-'casual' bloggers win legal shield in House

Bill would shield those who derive "significant financial gain" from newsgathering from revealing confidential sources in federal cases. Bush administration doesn't like it.

By October 16, 2007


Episode 573: Hard out there for a PMP

Zune 2 is coming! Zune 2 is coming! Ok, if you don't care about that, the PS3 price cut is apparently real.

By October 2, 2007


Amid political protests, Net shut off in Burma

Military government is suspected of restricting access and disconnecting cell phone lines, as gun-toting troops seek to suppress ongoing demonstrations by civilians and monks.

By September 28, 2007


Should you be taxed to subsidize 'The New York Times'?

Newspapers are in trouble because of competition from the Internet. But is the Columbia Journalism Review's suggestion of taxpayer handouts wise?

By September 28, 2007


Talking about a revolution

The rent-a-crowd shouting "the price of inks stinks" may have made more noise, but the protesters demanding the freeing of Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi were more worthy of our attention.

By September 21, 2007