Category Archives: Free Culture

#Bitcoin or Bust!

It’s official. I’ve jumped into the Bitcoin bandwagon. I’ve heard of Bitcoin a couple years ago but I was too dense to notice its significance. That’s why I’m still kicking myself for almost missing out on this technological revolution. As Tony Soprano said, “It’s good to be in something from the ground floor.” I may […]

#Restorethe4th EPIC Thread

Here’s my EPIC thread contribution to the #Restorethe4th protest.   I’ve been following the EPIC NSA leak story since it broke out. I have woven three EPIC threads in the process. For those who are on Facebook check out the following links: EPIC Thread #1: Orwell is right EPIC Thread #2: Edward Snowden: Badass Hero […]

Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock: TED Ideas Not Worth Spreading – A Fresh Take

This is a continuation of my previous post on the latest TED fiasco. I’ve read thoroughly and carefully TED’s more nuanced “fresh take”. Below is my reaction. I posted it as a comment on the TED Blog. 1) Props to TED for making this discussion transparent, posting Sheldrake and Hancock’s responses, and for listening to […]

Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock: TED Ideas Not Worth Spreading

TED just got itself into hot water again. I’ve been following the latest TED fiasco on the “censorship” of Rupert Sheldrake and Graham Hancock’s TEDx talks. (Sorry Chris Anderson and TED Staff, what TED did was *censorship* no matter how you spin it.) For those who want to know the details that led to this […]

First Filipino Album Released Under Creative Commons License

Congratulations to DRIP for releasing the first full-length album in the Philippines under Creative Commons license. "DRIP’s 2nd album launch – IDENTITY THEFT – makes a CREATIVE COMMONS historic first – as the FIRST full-length ALBUM released in the PHILIPPINES under a CREATIVE COMMONS license… "This album introduces a first in the Philippines—the enhanced CD […]