Monthly Archives: August 2012
The unmanned aerial killing machines known as drones have increasingly become a central feature of U.S. military force. The Pentagon loves drones because they are much cheaper than manned military aircraft, and because, since they are flown remotely, the flight … Continue reading
There’s been so much going on in Occupy Boston’s Radio working group – we’re in the middle of moving our studio (from 33 Harrison Ave to 9 Hamilton Place, right near Park St. Station – the new home of Encuentro … Continue reading
We have added a link to the audio recording of our 8/8/2012 show “Who owns science” with Richard Levins. You can listen on the FSU Archive page, or DOWNLOAD. See the original post for detailed Program Notes.
We have added a link to the audio recording of our 8/1/2012 show “Progressive Politics and the Occupy Movement” with Harmony Wu. You can listen on the FSU Archive page, or DOWNLOAD. See the original post for detailed Program Notes.
Knowledge in our society is always “owned” by somebody. The “ownership” of science determines who’s allowed to participate, who can determine what research is done, who publishes the results, who has access to the results, even who is able to … Continue reading