[Wo1] This is going to be one of the big conflicts of the century. I alluded to it in my Siege of London post. The problem for places like New York is that more citizens live outside of places like that than inside of them, and more Brits live outside London than inside of it.
[Wo2] How has Japan managed to avoid the populist revolt?
[Wo3] I… got nothing.
[Wo4] Germany is looking at re-evaluating its hate speech law, as they feel social media countries are becoming too pro-active. The framing of this as “too much power for American social media companies” seems kind of disingenuous, as they would (I think?) still have the right to enforce their own policies.
[Wo5] It strikes me that this might be something really good for churches to do more of. Especially mainline ones that seem to be looking for something to do.
[Wo6] I’m happy about the outcome but boy the prospect of binding international courts…
[Wo7] This makes me thirsty just thinking about.
[Wo8] A look at the proposed Russian Internet.
[Wo9] The best way to help the world’s poor villagers is to give them a bus ticket.
This map shows travel time from London in 1881 pic.twitter.com/CbMNxcDEpu
— Conrad Hackett (@conradhackett) December 23, 2017