Monthly Archives: June 2013
In his comment piece on Mastering the Internet through surveillance of emails, etc. Henry Porter laments “the complacency [of] centre ground commentators … who seem happy with losing a little liberty to make the world safer. None … compared their government’s … Continue reading
A half-heard news item on Today was about 11 year-olds immersed in their mobile phones being three times more likely (than 10 year-olds?) to be hit on the roads. No doubt the usual suspects will blame children’s lack of awareness. … Continue reading
The ideas behind Equality Streets have been called “counterintuitive” (a polite word for weird?). Are equality and filter-in-turn weird, or is the traffic system – by imposing unequal rights and subverting our social nature – more than a bit weird?