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Archives for Harry's Blog

February 2005

January 2005

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November 2004

October 2004



Harry's puppy pictures

January 26, 2005

Boston in the Blizzard of 2005


January 11, 2005

Micah L. Sifry, "The Rise of Open Source Politics," The Nation, November 4, 2004:

Whether you're a Democrat in mourning or a Republican in glee, the results from election day should not obscure an important shift in America's civic life. New tools and practices born on the Internet have reached critical mass, enabling ordinary people to participate in processes that used to be closed to them. It may seem like cold comfort for Kerry supporters now, but the truth is that voters don't have to rely on elected or self-appointed leaders to chart the way forward anymore. The era of top-down politics--where campaigns, institutions and journalism were cloistered communities powered by hard-to-amass capital--is over. Something wilder, more engaging and infinitely more satisfying to individual participants is arising alongside the old order. (continued)

January 5, 2005

Harry's Christmas vacation in South Carolina.