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Maybe I’m a high modernist

I became aware of the terminology “high modernist” by reading Scott Alexander’s review of Seeing Like a State by James Scott. Scott A: But the High Modernists were pawns in service of a deeper motive: the centralized state wanted the … Continue reading

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Public data infrastructure?

This is prompted by Who Owns Big Data? by Michael Nielsen at the “OpenMind” website. I was clued in to that post by a re-post of part of that article by Michel Bauwens at the P2P Foundation Blog. The OpenMind … Continue reading

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