Wednesday Links 05.09.07
In Berlin, Evgeny Morozov, a prolific Belarusian, gives his thoughts on the future of media, technology and activism.
In Brooklyn, J. Slab takes us back for the second summer at Red Hooks Soccer Fields and reminds us what summer time, outdoor delicious really means.
In College Park, My friend Brian and his merry band launch Claymore Productions, a kind of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern (plus 2) of the Internet age.
In Amsterdam, BicycleMark relaunches his site as 'CitizenReporter.org' and links to an interview with Emmanual Goldstein after his trip to North Korea.
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